The hashtag #AskIslamicState has been trending on Twitter Saturday, with social media users poking fun at the terrorist organisation.
The actions of the militant group, who have shown a proficiency for using social media to promote their campaign of terror, are far from a laughing matter. But Twitter users showed that, from behind the safety of their computer screens, they were willing to taunt the terrorist group, who this week brutally executed the American Journalist James Foley.
From emotional appeals to nonsensical ponderings, here is what the internet asked the Islamic State:
#askislamicstate What does it mean when the printer says, "PC LOAD LETTER"?
— Maximus Amphibionus (@Amphibionus) August 23, 2014
#askislamicstate Do you think if you replaced religion with humour you might be able to live in peace?
— Stephen lodge (@Donut64) August 22, 2014
#askislamicstate is it always advisable to top up your state pension with private additional voluntary contributions
— Duncan Wild (@wild_duncan) August 23, 2014
#askislamicstate my Pikachu just evolved into Raichu, should I teach it Thunderbolt?
— Mikey (@banterino) August 22, 2014
#askislamicstate What's your opinion on the pedestrianisation of Norwich City centre?
— ®ïçhãrd ¥åłłøp™ (@RichardYallop) August 22, 2014
#AskIslamicState Have you done the ice bucket challenge?
— Phil Fandango (@twitchingphil) August 23, 2014
#AskIslamicState who would win in a fight between a fox and a badger?
— A Horse With No Name (@Togaflex) August 22, 2014
#AskIslamicState Can you believe it's not butter.
— Bear (@Sweary_Beary) August 22, 2014
#AskIslamicState Do you think roller blinds are more effective than venetian blinds for blocking out lights ?
— luciavitrix (@luciavitrix) August 22, 2014
#AskIslamicState what's your favourite episode of Friends?
— Nae Shit Sherlock (@naeshitsherlock) August 22, 2014
Did you cry when Patrick Swazye died in GHOST?
— LFCFOREVER (@Maj75red) August 22, 2014
What is it that Meat Loaf won't do for love? #AskIslamicState
— The Gunslinger (@TheOncoming) August 22, 2014