Hungarian porn used in ISIS propaganda?

US government-linked Twitter says extremist jihadi group has used graphic stills from a pornography film to misleadingly portray the abuse of Sunni Muslim women.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 24, 2014 09:56
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Isis-affiliated Twitter poster. (photo credit: SOCIAL MEDIA)

In its latest stunt to garner support, the extremist Islamic State group has allegedly used graphic stills from a Hungarian pornography film to misleadingly portray the abuse of Sunni Muslim women.

Various social media accounts claiming affiliation with the group formerly knows as ISIS have posted a propaganda poster proclaiming that "Islamic State is the sole saviour of millions of Sunni Muslims against Iraqi-Syria army butchers [sic]."

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One photograph displayed on the poster shows men in military uniforms sexually abusing a woman purportedly claimed to be a Sunni Muslim. The image is accompanies by a caption that reads: "no more watching brothers dies no more watching sister cray..[sic.]"



A US State Department-run Twitter account has condemned the use of what it says is a "photo taken from Hungarian porn" to "trick" people in to following Islamic State's "lost cause."


The 'Think Again Turn Away' account rejected as bogus the propaganda material posted by a said affiliate of the radical jihadist group that has violently taken control of beleaguered parts of Syria and Iraq in its quest to reinstate a medieval caliphate across the Middle East.

The United State has been leading a campaign of air strikes in Iraq and Syria against the rising threat of Islamic State insurgents, infamous for the gruesome beheading of those they see as opponents - including five Western captives.


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