A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State (IS/ISIS/ISIL) terror organization shows the group employing brutal execution methods to kill its prisoners.
In one segment of the video, prisoners locked in a cage are lowered into the water, where they would eventually drown. Once the cage is raised, the prisoners are “seen foaming at the mouth as they lie motionless on the floor of the cage, piled on top of one another,” the Daily Mail UK reports.
Later in the video, prisoners who are locked in a car are shot by an ISIS jihadi with an RPG, causing the vehicle to burst into flames.
In a third segment, prisoners are chained together through explosive necklaces. The explosive necklaces are then detonated, causing decapitation.
The 7-minute clip shows the prisoners ‘confessing’ to the supposed crimes they have been accused of committing. In the video, the ISIS terrorists accused their prisoners of being spies.
In total, the ISIS killers subjected 16 men to the horrific execution methods
The new savage execution video comes following a report that ISIS terrorists tied two boys to a beam and beat them for the crime of eating during Ramadan, a Muslim holy month. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that they were suspended in the air by their wrists for several hours. A notice was placed next to them that read, “They broke the fast with no religious justification,” according to the human rights group.
To add to its primitive practices, ISIS has reportedly started to offer Christian and Yazidi girls as sex slaves to fellow terrorists who are able to master the Koran. ISIS’s Da’wa and Mosques Department’s reportedly announced on June 19 on Twitter that the group would offer the human beings as prizes for religious mastery, the Middle East Media Research Center and Clarion Project found.
Meanwhile, the United States and coalition partners continue their air campaign against the terrorist organization. On Monday, the Pentagon confirmed that a U.S. air strike in Mosul, Iraq killed Ali al-AHarzi, an ISIS fighter believed to be linked to the 2012 attacks on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the deaths of four Americans.
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