Facebook reversed a decision to suspend a page used by the Anonymous group Red Cult to identify accounts used by ISIS to recruit young terrorists just hours after the Paris attacks.
The "Report ISIS Accounts" group was suspended by Facebook just before the attack, prompting Anonymous to post a YouTube video suggesting the social network did so at the request of the terror group.
Red Cult contends that Facebook and Twitter are major recruiting tools for ISIS. It's #OpISIS project is intended to take down the terror group's social media presence.
Watch the video:
"After our video went viral upon the closure of Facebook to our group, Facebook returned the group back!!" Red Cult said in a message under the video.
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