Revolting Brainless Dhimmi: Kenneth Roth with the Human Right Watch happily tweets his support for the “wonderful” ISIS who seek genocide of all non-Muslims (that includes other Muslims they deem a kafir)
They “love” them. Sunni’s from around the world are over the moon over the “Shia-kuffar” executions.
We are endlessly being argued that Muslims are so peaceful! And terrorists are supposedly only a tiny minority yet they have billions of dollars in funding support, and even publish their financial statements and inventory of every bullet and explosives used in mass killings and executions. If support for jihad-savagery was only a tiny minority why would Muslims be so in love with a terrorist organisation whoms political goal is to kill people unless they convert to Islam or pay jizya for their own survival, under a worldwide Islamic state where everyone lives under Muslim savagery, satanism and horrors?
The media is already starting with the same pro-terrorist “human rights” nonsense to justify their savagery, as usual. This is not about some violent Sunni’s “rebels” reacting for being “oppressed”. ISIS represents the usual RACIALLY MOTIVATED desire to carnage other people to eliminate them for not being Muslim enough – the same reasons Muslims have committed mass slaughters for 1,400 years. It has nothing to do with Sunni’s being more discriminated against than Shiites, or being oppressed. Islam is a methodology is total and utter barbarity. Anyone living under it will be ‘oppressed’. They seek to exterminate each other, and anyone else, under a mindset so disgusting, violent and savage there is no description of it other than to echo the Buddhist sentiment: “Muslims are not human beings. They are fully and totally evil, a satanic entity.”
‘We love you ISIS’: From USA to Rome to Australia – disturbing notes from EVERY continent show support for Islamist Jihadis terrorising Iraq after group’s Twitter charm offensive
- Members of the Sunni militant group vow to ‘spread the truth’ in storm that cannot be moderated or blocked
- Using specific hash tag, they will answer questions, lambast allegations, and promote the extremist group’s actions
- Last night, President Barack Obama announced plans to unleash air strikes on militants and strongholds
- ISIS fighters man checkpoints around refinery despite claims by Iraqi troops they were in ‘complete control’ of plant
- They took chemical weapons facility built by Saddam Hussein, one of former leader’s advisers is ‘key member’ of ISIS
- Zuhair al-Nahar claims the ISIS insurgency gripping the country is ‘a catastrophe of unprecedented scale’
- PM Nouri al-Maliki facing growing pressure to resign over claims he has alienated Iraq’s Sunni minority
- Peace Brigades held to protect shrines in holy Shiite city of Najaf following calls from cleric Muqtatda al-Sadr
Twitter users across the world have pledged their allegiance to ISIS in slew of disturbing posts to the extremist group.
The Jihadis launched a blitzkrieg hit on the site at 10.30am, vowing to ‘spread the truth’ behind their brutal attacks that even Al Qaeda have condemned.
Using the hash tag #AllEyesOnIsis, extremist fighters flooded the social media site with propaganda, luring vulnerable people to join them in Iraq.
And within minutes, their stunt – which Twitter is powerless to block or moderate – was met with chilling messages of support from countries all over the globe – from Rome to Australia, Switzerland to America, Kenya to Nepal.
It comes just hours after President Barack Obama announced plans to unleash air strikes on Iraq as world leaders warn of ‘a catastrophe of unprecedented scale’.
In a manifesto for the ‘storm’, released this morning, ISIS members vowed to describe ISIS, give answers to ‘allegations against ISIS’, and tweet speeches by their leaders.
In one chilling tweet, a member wrote: ‘Today is dedicated to giving support to Isis here in Tweeter. The English hash tag is: #AllEyesOnIsis’.
One person from Kosovo drew love hearts around their message, gushing ‘we all love you ISIS’.
In Switzerland, a Twitter user also shared a heart-shaped ISIS logo to show their support.
Across the globe, in Australia, a hand-written poster was photographed pledging allegiance.
And in South Africa, somebody tweeted a photo of pink cupcakes bearing ISIS flags.
The users behind the storm declared everything will be translated into English, sparking fears that British internet users will be the targets of the storm.
Gushing and disturbing: These notes from Switzerland (left) and Kosovo (right) chillingly draw love hearts around the word ISIS, writing ‘we all love you’
From the supermarket to the seabed: One supporter (left) poses with a message from North Carolina while another (right) poses with a sign in Denmark
Uncontrollable: Isis militants are tweeting propaganda in a Twitter storm that cannot be moderated or blocked hours after Obama vowed to air strike their strongholds
SAVVY JIHADIS: DO SOCIAL MEDIA SITES HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY IN BLOCKING EXTREMISTS ONLINE?
As ISIS launched a social media storm, garnering support from across the world, Twitter was powerless to moderate the propaganda.
Freedom of speech is the foundation of many sites including Twitter, Facebook and ask.fm – providing an outlet for extremists to target vulnerable potential recruits.
Though organisations can flag up content deemed offensive or graphic, there are little to no guidelines in place to moderate words.
Laura Higgins, helpline manager of the UK Safer Internet Centre, warns that extremists have long been using the internet to prey on followers – but the only steadfast way of protecting users is to keep an eye out for potentially dangerous content and flag it up.
Laura Higgins, helpline manager of the UK Safer Internet Centre, said: ‘It is dangerous, there will be risky content out there that will probably be targeting young people of school age.
‘We have seen this before – extremists like the BNP have used the internet to publicise themselves and encourage vulnerable people.
‘It is not up to young people to protect themselves from extremism online. Schools and parents have to be quite savvy.
‘They need to be monitoring what sites are being accessed and what is on those sites, checking children’s behaviour, and talking to them about dangers.
‘Of course, the Government has its own specialist teams that will be monitoring this kind of thing and working to block dangerous content.
‘With so many sites based on freedom of speech, you cannot just put a blanket ban on content.
‘So really we just need everyone working together to protect vulnerable people where possible.’
Twitter refused to comment when approached by Mail Online.
Vast swathes of Iraq are currently under the control of the Sunni militant group.
Today, Iraqi men descended on government and military buildings volunteering to fight against the Jihadists.
As the militant group re-evaluates its tactics, army officials spent all day sifting through paper work and medical assessments of the volunteers in a bid to build a stronger defence.
And thousands of Shiites joined ‘peace brigades’ to defend Iraq’s holiest sites.
Meanwhile, diplomats at working to free various groups of citizens captured by ISIS as they make their way towards Baghdad.
A group of 44 workers who were kidnapped by ISIS in northern Iraq have been released after four days captive, a Turkish diplomat claims.
The hostages, of various nationalities, were captured on Tuesday after militants raided a construction site of a hospital near Kirkuk.