What You Need To Know: Facebook & Islamic Extremist Groups

Facebook has been the center of criticism after inadvertently providing Islamic extremist groups with a networking and recruitment tool. Continue reading for everything we know so far.

Key Points:

  • Answers the question, “who even uses Facebook anymore?”
  • Marks the largest extremist group given a platform by Facebook since the “Moms For Trump” page
  • Ruins having meaningful, face-to-face conversations about the ultimate sacrifice like we used to
  • Glad to see grandma found a new hobby
  • Bi-weekly meet & greets at the Holiday Inn in Roseville. Snacks and beverages provided
  • Worse, LinkedIn just listed the position “Part-Time Suicide Bomber”
    1. Position is “temporary”
    2. Ideal candidates will be self-starters
    3. Must have at least 4 years of experience in a related field
  • Still better than vacation photos
  • Apparently, what drew them in was Facebook’s terms and conditions mirror Sharia Law
  • Boastful nature of Facebook might set false standard of deriving self-worth from how many hospitals you’ve blown up
  • Finally, a place where Islamic Extremists and White Supremacists can all get along
  • Sadly, unaware they could reach more people on Instagram
  • So when Facebook does it, they’re “criticized”, but when I do it, I “have the right to remain silent?”

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