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ISIS Releases Educational App For Young Jihadlings And It’s Full Of Terrorist Propaganda

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ISIS just dropped an Android app targeted for children through an encrypted messaging service. The app is meant to school the youngsters in math and Arabic language through fun, colorful mini-games — and it’s chock-full of terrorist propaganda.

From Business Insider:

A news broadcaster affiliated with the terrorist group ISIS has released an Android app that teaches children the Arabic alphabet — and it’s full of references to weapons and jihad.

Al Bayan Radio, which broadcasts ISIS propaganda on radio waves in the Middle East and through its Android apps, made the app available to supporters on the encrypted messaging app Telegram and other platforms ISIS commonly uses. The app isn’t available on the Google Play store, but can be accessed through files shared online.

So what do the little tykes do on this app? I have a few guesses about the content of these educational games.

Jihady Bird – Just like Flappy Bird, except the goal is to fly into as much shit as possible

Curry Crush – Just like Candy Crush, but there’s curry and hummus and shit. And instead of a pleasant “Sweet!” for a combo, a man screams, “ALLAAHUAKBAAHH!”

My First Wife – Just like those apps where you raise a puppy by feeding it and walking it, but with a woman who you discipline through violent beatings and clitoral circumcision.

Turns out I’m a little off… but not by much:

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The world is so fucked up.

[via Business Insider]

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Alex Buscemi

AKA Boosh. Former high school back-up wide receiver. Author of two pretty successful Reddit comments. Recent grad from the University of South Carolina.

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