Twitter is the last place you'd expect the notorious terrorist group to solicit media tips on how to commit Jihad. So when analyst and consultant on al-Qaeda and extremist groups J.M. Berger discovered they had been using a hashtag to get ideas, he decided to unleash it to the rest of the Twitter trolls. And it didn't take long to take up the challenge.
Al Qaeda supporters were no doubt unhappy about their "alhashtak" being the basis of the prank. Still, these twitter trolls were on the right side for once.
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