Washington lists Islamic State media on its list of terrorist organizations

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Amaq, the Daesh news agency and the Al-Hayat media and communication department, have been listed by the United States as terrorist organizations because of their links to the terrorist group, the press service said. State Department.

The United States scored Amaq, news agency Daech, and media center Al-Hayat Media Center on the list of terrorist organizations because of their link Daesh, announced the press service of the State department.

“The Amaq news agency and the” Al-Hayat “media center are two branches of Daesh media. The “Amaq” news agency is one of the propaganda organs of this terrorist organization, and is used to claim responsibility for attacks carried out by Daesh or inspired by it, as well as to broadcast terrorist messages and recruit. The media center “Al-Hayat” is a plurilingual media also used to recruit,” reads in a statement published on the official website of the State Department.

Taking into consideration this link to Daesh, Washington has made the decision to include the organizations concerned in the list of terrorists.

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