Islamic State’s online propaganda has been updated to remove all references to the prophet and his followers

Posted March 09, 2019 09:11:58A number of prominent Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants have been seen in recent months promoting a number of extremist groups.

An update on the group’s social media platform has removed all references and videos to the Prophet Mohammed and his companions, which were used in the group propaganda and its online propaganda, the US-based monitoring group SITE Intelligence Group said.

The group’s official account has also deleted the hashtag, #IslamicState, which was used in several recent videos.

“The use of the hashtag was a result of the group realizing that they are no longer able to control the messaging in a way that they could control the content itself,” said Mark Cernovich, a journalist and founder of the site Infowars, which is known for publishing stories and images about the political and religious movements in the world.

Cernovich and other Infowar writers have been publishing reports on the extremist groups and their leaders in recent weeks.

Islamic State’s official website says the group “does not accept compromise” and “is a pure enemy of Islam and its principles”.

“All those who do not follow the teachings of Allah and the Prophet Muhammad are the enemy of Allah, and we have no choice but to destroy them from among us,” it says.

While the social media update on Thursday included a new video from an unknown person, it also included a message about the Islamic State group’s recent successes.

Its statement, titled “We are victorious in every phase of the struggle against the crusaders”, said the group had “surrounded their positions with heavy artillery and inflicted a devastating defeat” on them.

SITE said in a statement that it had not confirmed whether the video was a genuine release or if it was a copy of an earlier video.

It was the latest in a series of videos posted by the Islamic Group, a group which emerged from the ashes of the Islamic Emirate of Iraq, which collapsed after the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Other videos posted on the Islamic group’s Twitter account and other social media accounts appear to show the group fighting the Syrian government, which it says is an “infidel enemy of the religion of Allah”.

“We will continue to fight the crusader invaders from the inside and from the outside,” the group said.

“God willing, we will achieve victory in every region and every time.”

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When he was asked whether he was the source of the video released on Thursday, Cernovich responded: “Yes.

It is a very well produced video.”