Interschools and Firdaus facebook group verification, it is fake

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Social Rumor:

A message is being circulated on social media advising users not to join a group Interschools, as 'it belongs to the ISIS and once you join you can’t leave the group.

eRumor made by – Internet and social media

Confirmation by Ayupp.com – FAKE

More Samples – 

Sample1: There is a ‘whatsapp group called ‘Interschools, if invited, don’t join the group, it belongs to Daesh(ISIS). If you join the group you will not be able to exit from it, be vigilant, please inform others, send it to your relatives and children on whatsapp so that they will also be careful.

Sample2: There is a watsup group called ‘Firdaus we ascend’, if invited, don’t join the group, it belongs to Daesh. If you join the group you will not be able to exit from it, be vigilant, please inform others – send it to your relatives and children on WhatsApp so that they remain careful.

Ayupp Analysis – As per our analysis  this is a absurd message. We did not find any evidence to support to the claims as given in the viral message that one who join the group can’t leave the group. As per whatsapp group policy the users of whatsapp group can leave a group any time after joining.

There can be groups relating to the above name; however there is no support for the authencity of such a group being run by ISIS.

Warning; Do not spread such messages as this are pure hoax



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