ISIS Terrorist Uses Facebook Live To Warn About More Murders And This Is Terrifying!

ISIS Terrorist Uses Facebook Live To Warn About More Murders And This Is Terrifying!
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There are always two faces of a coin. Technology helps us so much doing good deeds, but there are always the chances of this technology getting into the hands of bad people. ISIS using the internet to accomplice their mission is a perfect example of that.

Recently a man claiming to be with ISIS stabbed a French police commander and his wife to death and then broadcasted a message on Facebook live boasting about these killings and warning of more murders.

The terrorist, Larossi Abballa started streaming live on Facebook immediately after the murders. In his video, he swore allegiance to ISIS and encouraged others to commit similar murders on police, politicians, journalists, and musicians.

Abballa, who used the name Homamed Ali during his stream, was killed by police and his Facebook account has since been disabled. But a French journalist captured screenshots of his videos and posted them on Twitter.

Let's have a look at the screenshot.

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These murders took place in the French town of Magnanville, about 35 miles outside of Paris.

These murders took place in the French town of Magnanville, about 35 miles outside of Paris.

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Abballa used the name Mohamed Ali for his Facebook account.

Abballa used the name Mohamed Ali for his Facebook account.
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Live broadcasting tools, which also include Twitter's Periscope, are obviously not designed for such purposes.

Live broadcasting tools, which also include Twitter’s Periscope, are obviously not designed for such purposes.
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Detectives believe Jean-Baptiste Salvaing; the police commander was killed first.

Detectives believe Jean-Baptiste Salvaing; the police commander was killed first.
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And then his wife was killed.

And then his wife was killed.
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Abballa also warned in his video that, "Europe will be a cemetery."

Abballa also warned in his video that, “Europe will be a cemetery.”
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Facebook has since issued a statement: "Terrorists and acts of terrorism have no place on Facebook."

Facebook has since issued a statement: “Terrorists and acts of terrorism have no place on Facebook.”
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Source: Fortune.com