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  • Should social media founders take ISIS threat seriously?

    Yahoo! - 02/25/2016

    According to Northeastern University professor of political science, Max Abrahms, “For the Islamic State to strike two people who are based so far away, that would require a greater level of sophistication than almost any other Islamic State attack.”

    For IS, which operates predominantly in the Middle East and in states with weak governments, Dr. Abrahms says the distance would be a deterrent.

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