ISIS has flooded YouTube with hundreds of violent recruitment videos in the wake of the Westminster terror attack to capitalise on the atrocity.
Many of the videos glorify terrorist Khalid Masood while others feature beheadings and extreme violence carried out by children.
But Google, which owns the site, has failed to remove the footage despite it being posted by obvious usernames including “Islamic Caliphate” and “IS Agent”.
The day after the massacre ISIS uploaded a statement claiming Masood was a “soldier of the Islamic State” – which was still live last night, The Times reported.
Another video made by Anbar, the group’s media agency, has the title: “Westminster attack documentary (must watch).”
Other Isis videos available on YouTube last night included one showing a slow-motion close-up of a prisoner being shot in the head, and another featuring jihadists singing: “We shall cut off their heads, with the severe blades, we shall drink the blood, so tasty and dark red.”
Westminster terrorist attack by Khalid Masood over in 82 seconds
It comes after Boris Johnson slammed the company’s failure to clamp down on extremism as “disgusting” this weekend.
ISIS terror chiefs used a secretive messaging app to urge lone wolf attacks on Britain just weeks before the Westminster attack, it is claimed.
Fanatics issued sick rallying cries via the Telegram app that allows anonymous texts to be sent out.
Among a slew of messages discovered by the Sunday Mirror was a picture of notorious Brit killer Jihadi John wielding a sword in front of Parliament.
It is a revelation that will increase fears Khalid Masood’s murderous rampage was inspired and perhaps even ordered by ISIS commanders.