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Rugian
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Wed May 02 08:11:08
ISIS DROPS HUMAN BOMB IN GRAPHIC EXECUTION FOOTAGE AS RUSSIA AND SYRIA CLOSE IN
By Tom O'Connor On Tuesday, May 1, 2018 - 17:49

The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) has released graphic photos that show the jihadis dropping an explosive-wrapped man off of a building in the group's final, besieged pocket of territory south of the Syrian capital of Damascus.

The footage was released by ISIS' Damascus branch "Wilayat Dimashq" and spread on pro-ISIS social media accounts. Through a series of images presented over a jihadi chant and clearly edited sounds of violence and screams, the jihadis detail the last moments of a man who is presumably a member of the pro-Syrian government forces.

The fighter is bound with some sort of improvised explosive device and a detonator on his helmet. He is then thrown off a building, landing head-first in an alley and exploding upon impact. The last photo shows the headless, charred and bloody remains of the victim.

The clip was captioned "The death of an element of the nasiri army south of Damascus." The term nasiri is used by ultraconservative Sunni Muslims such as ISIS to describe the Alawites, a religious minority often identified as a sect of Shiite Muslims. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is a member of the Alawite community and this has often been the subject of propaganda published by ISIS, Al-Qaeda and other jihadi groups who gained traction in Syria after a 2011 uprising sponsored by the West, Turkey and Gulf Arab countries. These countries have accused Assad of war crimes and other human rights abuses.

After clearing the outskirts of eastern Ghouta from rebel control last month, the Syrian military and its allies—which include pro-government National Defense Forces and various Palestinian militias—set their focus on the ISIS-held neighborhoods of the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp, Al-Qadam, Al-Hajar Al-Aswad and Al-Tadamon.

The U.K.-based, pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights first reported last month that ISIS fighters agreed to give up, but violence continued as the two sides attempted to reach a date to implement a ceasefire. The Syrian military maintained that ISIS show "total seriousness in committing to the agreement," which would be mediated by Russian personnel. The monitor reported ongoing clashes south of Damascus as of Tuesday as the Syrian military launched artillery and conducted airstrikes, gaining ground on ISIS militants.

http://www...tage-russia-syria-close-907789


obaminated
Member
Wed May 02 09:06:38
Considering the various ways isis executes captives, this is a pretty pleasant way to go.
Allahuakbar
Member
Wed May 02 09:20:51
You guys can admit that the article makes you giggle.
Paramount
Member
Wed May 02 10:37:01
Nothing to be upset or angry about here. ISIS is Israel’s sunni coalition against Iran, and America’s allies.

Move along.
obaminated
Member
Wed May 02 11:57:27
how many times has your wife been railed by african muslims, mountme ? do you invite them in or do you attempt to keep the door shut?
Mexicantardnado
Member
Wed May 02 12:04:20
Duuuuuur 2018 duuuuuur your wife jokes duuur never too old on duuuuur forum. Duuuuur kek
Aeros
Member
Wed May 02 12:54:05
"You guys can admit that the article makes you giggle."

Got me. It did.
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