This ISIS app teaches CHILDREN about blowing up Big Ben and Eiffel Tower
THE barbaric Islamic State (ISIS) have created a sickening mobile app aimed at teaching innocent children how to carry out 9/11 style terror attacks on landmarks inluding Big Ben and Eiffel Tower.
Horrifyingly, the application called ‘Huroof’ teaches youngsters how to spell out words such as grenade and rocket using colourful pictures to help them remember.
t was recently updated so users can learn about destroying Western landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty.
Col. John Dorrian, the spokesman for the international coalition fighting the sick terror cult, said: “The reward for learning something in this app is to get points that they can use to select the terrorism target of their choice.
Western landmarks that the child can choose and attack using a variety of weapons, including commercial airliners.”
ISIS has made leaps in to the app world before – but this is the first time they have targeted children directly.
The terror group often refers to its fighters as “lions” and to children in its territories as “cubs of the caliphate”.
But the Huroof app is instead presented in bright colours with cartoons of flowers, stars and balloons – with the black flag of jihad fluttering in the background.
The apocalyptic vision of Islamic State is damaging society everywhere they have gained control.
What they are trying to do is create a generational problem with their poisonous ideology.
“That’s untold damage, that’s really serious and it has to be undone once this territory has been taken back.” Hope something is done to stop this act of ISIS immediately before its too late