ISIS Releases Android App Teaching Supplications To Children

June 23, 2016

After releasing an app last month teaching children the Arabic alphabet, the Islamic State (ISIS) has released another app targeting children, this time teaching them supplications. The app heavily incorporates interactive ISIS and jihadi themes, allowing children, for example, to blow up enemy fighter jets and American tanks.

Similar to the alphabet app, the current app works on Android devices, and was developed by ISIS’s publishing house, Al-Himma Library.

The app was released on pro-ISIS channels on Telegram, and was also accompanied by a desktop version.

It promises “engaging education” for children through the learning of “over 40 supplications.”




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