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Facebook Bans Sale Of ISIS Clothing

Facebook has announced it is removing pages that are selling merchandise bearing the brand of militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, including T-shirts with slogans such as “We Are All ISIS” and “Fight for Freedom, Until the Last Drop of Blood.” What do you think?

  • “Finally, we’re hitting them where it hurts.”

    Casey Morris
    Youth Sports Referee
  • “I would never buy clothing from a terrorist organization without trying it on first.”

    Maria Hudnall
    Emergency Medical Technician
  • “It's about time. I’ve been complaining for months that they stole their slogan ‘Fight for Freedom, Until the Last Drop of Blood’ from my intramural kickball team."

    Grant Bemis
    Systems Analyst