On May 10, 2016, pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Telegram accounts posted a link to an ISIS app for teaching children the Arabic alphabet.
Called Hurouf (“Letters”), the app works on Android devices, and offers various interactive learning functionalities. For example, children can learn the Arabic alphabet, trace letters on the screen, scribble on a drawing board, identify letters placed inside colorful balloons, and even receive feedback for completing tasks.
The app’s main screen
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