Young Muslim activists in the UK are using social media to add their voices to the fight-back against Islamic State (ISIS).
In a campaign organised by London-based charity Active Change Foundation (ACF) in the wake of the murder of British aid worker David Haines and kidnapping of Alan Hemming, British Muslims have been using the #NotInMyName hashtag to denounce Islamic State on social media, and distance themselves and their religion from the militants.
#NotInMyName ISIS doesn’t represent islam It doesn’t represent me It just represents extremism
— د.معتز هاشم (@drmoutaz) September 22, 2014
— Sara Khan (@SaraKhanInspire) September 21, 2014