Smartphone sellers pose as fake jihadis
BBC Trending reports on the social media backlash from a marketing video posted by a smartphone retailer in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The video, made by a company called iPhone+ (but which is not connected to Apple or any other major manufacturer) mimicked propaganda made by so-called Islamic State. But Georgians, who have strongly voiced their solidarity with Paris in the wake of last Friday's attacks, did not think it was at all funny.
Video journalist: Greg Brosnan
With reporting from David Lobzhanidze, BBC Monitoring
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