Re: Does it count as support if direct all traffic to a suitable "educational" target?
Indeed, it looks dodgy, especially as Daesh is a derogatory term for the vicious violent war-mongering Mohammed botherers. (Peace be upon him.)
I guess it's fake news, and I read a timely article this morning. It's all down to confirmation bias, people think the law is an ass, especially cheese eating surrender monkey law, and this type of truthiness confirms it for them.
"Journalists need to get training so that they can quickly spot fakes, and people in school should learn how to read things critically online - they should learn how to research and check multiple sources online." Which is good advice for us all, not least kids being radicalised by religious nutjobs. Things that you chance upon while reading the Koran, ain't necessarily so. With apologies to the Gershwins, IGMC...