A new type of follower of Buddhism has gained a cult following on Twitter.
Followers of the Indian Buddhism have been following Buddha and the Islamic state of Iraq for more than a decade.
A recent tweet by one follower says he is a follower and it’s all about him.
A follower of the Baha’i faith also started the following.
He’s known as Dua’i-i-Sufi and he is known as a “follower of the truth”.
Followers are encouraged to post links to articles and videos that contain teachings from the two faiths and to comment on their posts.
I’m a follower.
I am a follower, he wrote in a tweet from the Indian Buddhist account.
Followers of Islam have been getting a lot of attention recently.
The popularity of Islamic State has seen many followers start to follow the group, especially in the West.
Islamic State followers are trying to gain followers on Twitter by making fun of the US, and their leader, Donald Trump, who has previously called Islam “the enemy of the state of Israel”.
It’s also become a way for followers of Islamic groups to promote themselves and their teachings.
In January this year, a follower who is known by the name “Hisham” tweeted a link to a YouTube video about the Quran, a holy book for Muslims.
The follower, who is also known as “Abu-Faisal,” then tweeted that his followers were trying to promote a film about Islam.
The film was called “Shaykh Al-Alawi’s Islam”.
Hishampain was then followed by other followers of the Islamic State group.
The hashtag #BuddhistBhai has been used by followers of Hinduism and Sikhism to call on followers to follow their religion and fight for it.
Some of the followers of Islam also tried to spread their views in a Facebook post, calling the US and Israel “the most vile oppressors of Islam” and urging followers to “fight against them”.
I am a Muslim, they wrote.
#BuddhistsBhai, which is now being shared on Facebook.
“These people are trying their best to convince followers that they are doing the right thing by sharing information, posting videos, and encouraging followers to join the movement,” says Nima Ali, a researcher at the University of Sydney.
“They are also using social media as a means to promote their own brand of Islam.
It’s encouraging and very powerful.”
While followers of Buddhism are not encouraged to follow any religion, they are encouraged by the likes of the Dalai Lama to do so.
The Dalai Lama said the followers who follow Buddhism are part of a movement, which he believes will help spread Buddhism to more people.
Dharamsala, a town in northern India where many of the Buddhists live, has seen a rise in followers of other faiths following the Islamic states popularity.
In February, there were more than 6,000 followers of different religions on Facebook, compared to just over 200 in April.