On July 29, 2017, the Ashhad media organization, which is identified with the Islamic State (ISIS), released four banners calling on ISIS supporters to step up their ISIS information and promotion activity on social media. The main message of the banners, which were disseminated, inter alia, via the Islamic State’s Telegram account, is that if ISIS supporters cannot carry out the commandment of jihad in the battlefield, they can provide massive support for and promotion of the organization on social media.
The banners show a figure, face hidden, working on a laptop adorned with the symbol of the organization, with social media logos behind him of Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Ask.fm. The banners include text in English and Arabic.
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