A recent article published by Al-Battar, a media company affiliated with the Islamic State (ISIS), warned the group’s supporters who are active on social media to not limit their activities to Telegram and encouraged them to return to Facebook and Twitter, as they are the most popular social media platforms.
In the article, titled “Oh [ISIS] Supporters, Return to the Battlefield,” the writer, who identified himself as “Katib,” explained that because Telegram does not measure audience impressions, its users cannot gauge how much their messages have spread.
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