ISIS is reportedly using one of the world’s most popular video-sharing apps as its latest recruiting tool. According to The Wall Street Journal, TikTok has removed nearly two dozen accounts that posted propaganda. Georgia Wells joins CBSN’s Nikki Battiste for a closer look.

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22 thoughts on “ISIS turns to TikTok for recruitment

  1. they want to cover the light of Allah by their mouth but Allaah refused until he completes his light even if they hate all infidels

  2. I think they should just shut down and bury TikTok. Phase 1: Teenagers. Phase 2: Crackheads. Phase 3: Terror groups. Phase 4: Spies. I'd hate to see Phase 5, it may cause WW3. (Sarcasm)

  3. 'Cause teenagers can't just go binge on Liveleaks beheading videos? Or is this Jingoism because we can't have "some dang foreigners corruptin' our youts. Thats the job of Hollywood and Silicon Vally"

  4. ISIS wanting a bunch of dumb Millennials dancing and taking videos of themselves on the battlefield?? Wouldn't it be easier to recruit at Gay clubs?

  5. Jihadist fanatics will exist as long as there's no freedom of speech in the Middle-east. If Western ideas and other religions were allowed to spread, terrorists' recruitment would drop.

  6. Sure but they use YouTube and Twitter and Instagram and everything else too. It doesn’t make TikTok a “ISIS app”.

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