ISIS executes dozens of its own fighters

As international forces  and local anti -ISIS fighters pile on the pressure ISIS is gradually losing control of its own members and cracks are beginning to unravel the Jihadi army of psychopathic killers and their deluded followers of Islam.

Desertion among their members has become such an issue that it carries a mandatory death sentence and according to local sources the majority of deserters are foreign and European fighters whom have become disillusioned  with the harsh conditions and religious  fanaticism.

In recent months/weeks many of Islamic States top commanders , generals and high profile foreign  fighters have been killed by international and local opposition actions and their area of control is diminishing almost daily.

Earlier this week  Abu Omar the Chechen , a leading member and beloved commander of the terrorist group had reportedly been killed and if this is true this will be another  major blow to the merchants of death and their twisted  ideology.

Omar al-Shishani's corpse with text

See Abu Omar the Chechen

In the past three days alone it has been reported that ISIS have executed approx.  100   of its member for refusing to fight , leaving the battle field and other derelictions of their duty.

Whatever the truth of these executions one thing is clear, hopefully the monster that is ISIS is beginning to  implode and is slowly devouring  itself from the inside out.

Karma always collects its debts and perhaps it is knocking on the door of these evil bastards and making them pay for their twisted and brutal crimes against humanity..

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March 16th 2016

50 Executions

ISIS executes over 50 of its own fighters for trying to escape battlefront

Terrorist group of the ISIS has publicly executed dozens of its own militant fighters who fled the fighting fronts with Iraqi forces.

The militants were arrested after evacuating their fighting positions in ar-Rutba and Hit districts, west of Ramadi.

The ISIS fighters were detained and executed at the hands of fellow fighters in Mosul city of Iraq’s northwestern Nineveh province, local sources reported on Tuesday.

“Daesh military leadership in Mosul considered them as traitors and beheaded them in front of hundreds of people, including commanders and Sharia officials,” an eyewitness said using an acronym for ISIS.

“They were mostly Iraqi fighters who fought in ISIS ranks in Anbar province,” he said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

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March 15th 2016

35 Executions

ISIS militants executes 35 members for refusing to fight against Iraqi army

An Iraqi security source in Nineveh Province announced on Sunday, that ISIS executed 35 of its militants for refusing to join the battle against the Iraqi forces on the outskirts of the city of Mosul (405 km north of Baghdad).

The source said in a statement “ISIS executed 35 of its fighters, after refusing to join the combat axes on the outskirts of the city of Mosul.”

The source, who asked to remain anonymous, added, “ISIS carried out the execution by firing squad in the forest.”

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March 14th 2016

21 Executions

ISIS executes 21 of its fighters in Mosul after fleeing from battles

A local source in Nineveh Province announced on Sunday, that the so-called ISIS executed 21 of its militants in the city of Mosul (405 km north of Baghdad), after fleeing from the ongoing battles west of the province.

“Today, ISIS executed 21 of its fighters in the city of Mosul, after fleeing from the combat axes in Makhmour, Waski Mosul, Khazar, Nuran and Bashiqa,” pointing out that, “The executed fighters also refused to join the battles in these areas,” the source said.

The source, who asked anonymity, added, “The terrorist gang carried out the execution by firing squad in one of its camps in Mosul.”

See Abna24 for full story

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