It seems that ISIL's famous (or notorious) social media operation can slip up now and then. The Telegraph reports:
A “moron” militant from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) invited the destruction of his unit’s headquarters in Syria after uploading a selfie to the internet.
Intelligence specialists in Florida were able to identify the man’s precise location and conduct a successful air strike in less than twenty four hours, according to reports quoting US air force general Hawk Carlise.
"The [airmen are] combing through social media and they see some moron standing at this command," Gen Carlisle said.
"And in some social media, open forum, bragging about command and control capabilities for Da'esh, Isil, And these guys go: 'ah, we got an in.'
"So they do some work, long story short, about 22 hours later through that very building, three JDAMS take that entire building out. Through social media. It was a post on social media. Bombs on target in 22 hours.
"It was incredible work, and incredible airmen doing this sort of thing."
There's more at the link, including photographs of the damage.
Hmmm . . . would a few JDAMS through the front door imply that one's 'friend request' on social media has been declined?