On Internet Archive, Pro-ISIS Group Posts Video Of Attack, Makes Explicit Threats In English

April 13, 2022

The Internet Archive (archive.org), based in San Francisco, continues to serve as a platform used by the Islamic State (ISIS) and other jihadi groups. Most recently, on April 10, a user posted a video on the site documenting the activities of a pro-ISIS group based in east Asia, including carrying out an attack and corpses of two people killed by the group. The video also showed group members training with firearms and eulogized fighters who were "martyred" during an attack.

The English-language description posted by the user of the platform included a direct call on ISIS supporters to carry out attacks on non-Muslims and to "kill them wherever you are." It called on the reader to "plant explosive bombs" in their cars and homes, and to poison their food and water. It concluded: "You can do it my brother. Do it for Islam."

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