ISIS Left 45 Soldiers To Die In Morgue Freezer As Punishment
ISIS froze 45 of their own soldiers to death after they tried to flee the terror group’s Iraqi stronghold. Sick terror group leaders inflicted the brutal punishment after the young men retreated from the advancing force of Iraqi government troops.
In the past they have burned, drown or simply shot dissenters. This time they had a new form of punishment, freeze them to death.
Disgusting ISIS leaders decided to make an example of 45 of their own soldiers after they were caught retreating from the advancing Iraqi government troops, reports Al Sumaria News.
The Mirror reported that the defecting jihadis were stuffed inside a forensic morgue freezer in the ISIS stronghold of Mosul where they were then left for 24 hours of agony as they slowly froze to death.
After slowly dying from the extreme cold their frozen bodies were strewn across the side of roads leading into the the heart of the caliphate’s twisted stronghold to serve as a warning to other ISIS fighters who might be thinking about deserting.
According to the Daily Mail, it’s not the first time ISIS leaders have used barbaric means of execution to strike fear into the hearts of dissenters. Islamic State often subjects captives to horrifying execution methods which they film to use as a part of their propaganda machine.
In the past ISIS’s savage methods of execution include drowning men in a cage in a swimming pool, strapping explosives to the heads of kneeling men connected by wires and burning hostages alive in cages.
Last month Islamic State leaders released another propaganda video titled ‘It does not benefit you to flee’ showing two men being tied up in a building which is then blown up. The heart-wrenching video shows the two terrified men being interviewed before their execution.
Islamic State may have decided to release the video to discourage potential defectors living under their control from fleeing. As the terror group loses ground to its opponents and cash due to air strikes on oil infrastructure, many of its fighters have deserted.
Middle East analysts suspect Islamic State may have stepped up its propaganda campaign because of the territorial losses they have suffered in both Iraq and Syria. Challenges are escalating as they now battle rival groups, the Iraqi and Syrian armies, Kurd warriors to the north, and the Free Syrian Army.
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