SICK: ISIS Commits CHILLING Public Executions, Even Muslims Can’t Stand To Watch…

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By Brett MacDonald AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

ISIS has crucified two Syrians who have been accused with spying on the Islamic State.  The gruesome slayings took place in ar-Raqqah, and the scumbags responsible gave their presentation a name: “The Harvest of Spies.”

 

Dressed in ‘Guantanamo Bay’ orange jumpsuits, the two victims were brought into a public square–under Sharia, all punishments must be public–the two bodies were then hoisted up on metal crosses, their charges read, and promptly shot in the face.

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Most onlookers have been numbed to the savagery of their keepers, but in a rare moment of persevering humanity, a young person in the audience is cradling his face in his hands–unable to watch the carnage.

 

Mosul in Iraq and ar-Raqqah in Syria serve as the two centers of ISIS’ operations in the respective countries–as such both cities are targets for hundreds of airstrikes from from the Syrian government, Russia, the US, France, Jordan, and other Arab nations–almost everyone other than France.  The city is also a major target for subterfuge and the constant paranoia over betrayal among the Islamic State’s ranks has led to an expectation of weekly slayings of suspects. Executions like this are the norm within the somewhat shrinking territory of the Islamic State.

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This act of barbaric violence comes at the tail of Obama’s announcement of an additional 250 troops being sent to the region to train marginally less radical militants to fight the more extreme militants. Because that makes sense, right?

 

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