FBI agents visit schools warning students about ISIS Internet propaganda

FBI agents visited a Bergen County school on Tuesday - the Bergen Arts and Science Charter School in Hackensack. An FBI intelligence analyst, who did not wish to be identified, spoke to students about a video that encourages young people to join ISIS terrorist group.

"There's a role for everybody. Every person can contribute to the Islamic State," a young Canadian man tells viewers in the recruitment video. "You can even come here and rebuild."

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The young Canadian who appears in the recruitment video ended up dying while fighting as a member of ISIS in Syria.

FBI agents go from one school to anotherh warning American students of the danger to be recruited by the terrorist group.

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According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, over 150 US citizens -some of them teenagers - have traveled abroad to join ISIS.

The FBI will be visiting other schools in the Tri-State Area to speak to students in their adolescent age in an attempt to screen them off from the propaganda that ISIS promotes on the world wide web.

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