Pro-ISIS Posters: Muslims With Media Skills Are Obligated To Use Them In Media Jihad; The 'Crusaders' Know How Dangerous Pro-ISIS Content Can Be

October 8, 2021

On October 7, 2021 a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media outlet released three posters on Telegram, encouraging and praising media jihad. Two of the posters urged supporters with skill in writing, composing nasheeds (Islamic songs), or designing posters and videos to use those skills to help promote ISIS. The posters said that those who possess such skills yet do not use them for jihad will be held accountable for their decision. Many ISIS fighters were inspired by pro-ISIS media content, the posters claimed, urging media operatives "not to dawdle." The third poster quoted ISIS's weekly publication, saying that "Crusaders" are targeting pro-ISIS content because they know how dangerous it can be.

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