Internet Internet Control: Silencing Freedom of Speech ISLAMIC STATE

ISLAMIC STATE PROVES ISLAM IS NO FUN: BANNING PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS IN RAQQA…….

That is, alongside all of the head chopping/blowing off, dismemberment and rape, pillage, slavery and erasing of non-islamic history.

ISIS bans private internet access in Raqqa in a crackdown on spies and activists revealing the terror group’s daily atrocities

No wifi: Militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have banned private internet access in its de facto capital Raqqa in a crackdown on spies and activists revealing the terror group's daily atrocities

No wifi: Militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have banned private internet access in its de facto capital Raqqa in a crackdown on spies and activists revealing the terror group’s daily atrocities

  • Fighters in terror stronghold will have to use ISIS monitored internet cafes
  • Move is part of terrorists’ crackdown on spies, activists and defectors
  • Groups like Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently will struggle to operate
  • The activists use social media to document ISIS’ rapes and massacres in their home city – something they won’t be able to do from an internet cafe

Militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have banned private internet access in its de facto capital Raqqa in a crackdown on spies and activists revealing the terror group’s daily atrocities.

The move means everybody living in the terror stronghold must now use internet cafes operated and monitored by ISIS officials if they want to communicate online.

The ban will affect not only affect brave activist groups like Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, which documents ISIS abuses in the north Syrian city, but also potential defectors trying to arrange for their safe departure out of territory held by the terror group.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently both reported the new restrictions on internet access.

The latter posted online a picture of a leaflet being distributed in the city warning internet providers they had four days to cut private wifi connections.

‘The following is obligatory on all internet providers: the removal of wifi connections distributed outside of internet cafes and private connections, including for Islamic State soldiers.’

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