The founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who changed the way of communication in digital platforms have been threatened by Islamic State. A new video that surfaced, shows the images of two digital moguls being riddled with digitally added bullet holes. They are being mocked for thinking that terrorizing content can be removed from their platforms.
The video, titled “Flames of the Supporters” and released by a group calling themselves “the sons of the Caliphate army”, ends with a direct threat to the two men.
Part of the video also appears to show them hacking Facebook and Twitter accounts by changing profile pictures and posting ISIS propaganda.
The terrorists claim they’ve hacked more than 10,000 Facebook accounts, more than 150 Facebook groups and more than 5,000 Twitter profiles.
This is the threat made specifically to Mark and Jack from the group calling themselves the “Sons Caliphate Army”
The terrorists claim they have hacked into thousands of Facebook and Twitter accounts
Twitter confirmed it had suspended more than 125,000 accounts for threatening or promoting terrorist acts this month.
The accounts were mostly related to Islamic State activities and have been shut down over the past eight months.
Islamic State is known to use social media to radicalise and lure recruits, prompting Twitter to “significantly” increase the size of its reviewing team.
“We condemn the use of Twitter to promote terrorism.”
The video appears to be a more amateur version of the typical ISIS videos