Saturday, 9 August 2014

Graphic pics: ISIS behead Christian children plus Horrific pics of ISIS atrocities

Islamist Militant group ISIS has been killing non-Muslims in many cities in Iraq and Syria in their effort to eradicate the Christian faith in the countries...and they are not sparing children. There's been several executions of believers, including crucifixions and the beheadings of children. The children's heads are being erected on poles in a city park according to an eyewitness who spoke with CNN.
"There is a park in Mosul where they actually beheaded children and put their heads on a stick and have them in the park. The world hasn't seen this kind of atrocity in generations"  a prominent Chaldean-American businessman Mark Arabo told CNN.

See some of the horrific photos and images of extreme brutality by ISIS on their prisoners. Members of the Sunni Shaitat tribe are taken from their homes rounded up and marched to their deaths. ISIS shared some these horrific images online. Continue...

A child beheaded
A man  holds the lifeless body of his decapitated daughter, executed by ISIS because she was of a Christian family.
Women killed by ISIS
Islamists killing a woman by slitting her throat and capturing her blood in a bowl
Lined up and executed, their severed heads put on display as a warning to others
Barefooted with their hands bound behind their backs with rope, the prisoners are marched to the execution site in the desert near Deir ez Zor in Syria
The captives are then lined up and ordered to kneel down on the dusty ground
ISIS fighters stand behind the line of men and the squad of jihadists begin to murder the prisoners
A couple of jihadists approach the dead prisoners and finish off any survivors from point-blank range
A jihadist appears holds a terrified man by his hair and begins to slice through his neck with a hunting knife
A crowd of local men watch from behind a low fence, some of them are taking photos or filming the executions with their mobile phones
Brutal: Other captives are shot before being tied to makeshift crucifixes

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