The terror group ISIS is causing unexpected consequences for a Tulsa girl.
14-year-old Isis Brown has had the name far longer than any terror organization, but that doesn't matter to bullies who have made her a constant target.
Today, she posted this video to send a message of hope for others dealing with the same problem.
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And Brown's video details bullying she's faced since the organization ISIS started grabbing headlines for its violent acts a few years ago.
"To all you people out there who have the name Isis, I know what you're going through," Brown says in the video, posted to Facebook Jan. 8. "I have the issue of every day when I walk into school just wanting to stop right there in the middle of the hallway and just cry."
In the clip, Brown details a few particular instances where classmates called her a "terrorist."
Ultimately, despite her recounts of taunts, Brown does offer a bit of hope for others named Isis.
"If you guys know the real meaning of Isis, it's after a goddess, the goddess of love, and for all you people out there who are getting picked on with this name, don't do what I did," according to the video.
Brown states in the clip she let classmates who made fun of her get the best of her, skipping class to avoid scrutiny, according to Yahoo Parenting.
"You kids out there with the name Isis, love your name; cherish your name," Brown says. "I'm still learning, and I know you guys are too, but in all reality, you're named after a goddess, not a terrorist group."