Friday, December 18, 2015

ISIS bans TV in Syrian strongholds to stop people from watching channels that condemn its barbarity

Terrorist group ISIS has banned the use, purchase and sales of television sets in it's strongholds in Syria and Iraq in order to stop its members and subjects from watching channels that condemn their abominable acts. According to an ISIS leaflet obtained by Raqqa is Being Silently Slaughtered (RBSS), an anti-ISIS group, ISIS has ordered its fighters to break into homes to destroy TV sets and satellite receivers.

The Terrorist group is known for banning and destroying anything that represents 'Western' symbols, and in recent months they have banned all Nike products from use within it's territory with ISIS fighters even comparing Nike's trademark logo to the sign of the cross being worn by many Christians in the West. ISIS in July also banned private internet use and access in Raqqa, meaning the people in the area had to use internet cafes maintained and monitored by the ISIS terrorists.

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