NEW DELHI: “I don’t think you’re ready for this jelly” states a caption on an image posted by a Twitter account with the handle @ISIS_Karaoke. “Dropping songs, not bombs” reads the description.

The content is extremely simple but very effective in denouncing the propaganda of hate being spread by the Islamic State, which has a visible social media presence with hundreds of pro-ISIS accounts on Twitter and Facebook. ISIS Karoake takes an image of militants and pairs it with incongruous popular songs lyrics.

The posts speak for themselves: