ISIS: jihadists resume activity on social media for Ramadan

Unpublished photos of militants' daily lives posted

03 May, 13:07

    (ANSAmed) - BEIRUT, MAY 3 - Social media accounts of the so-called 'Islamic State' have posted new photos on social media, after months of silence, portraying militants as they pray at dawn, prepare typical sweets of the Islamic month of Ramadan, eat together and recite the Quran.

    The Aamaq agency, identified as the propaganda arm of ISIS, has published on its account a series of images portraying a group of militants, whose faces can't be recognized and who are wearing the traditional tunic and headwear, as they undertake "daily activities" of the month of Ramadan.

    The group only includes men and, according to the photos' captions, the photos come from "Syria", although the specific location is not indicated.

    Over the past few days dozens of ISIS militants were reported to have been killed by Russian and government air raids in central Syria. But the reports could not be independently verified.

    The organization of the Islamic State continues to be operational, in a clandestine manner and with guerrilla activities, in vast areas of central and eastern Syria and in western and central Iraq. Officially, ISIS was declared defeated in Iraq in December 2017 and in Syria in the spring of 2019.

    (ANSAmed).

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