Forced to watch crucifixions, stonings and beheadings and taught to fire machine guns as big as they are


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Forced to watch crucifixions, stonings and beheadings and taught to fire machine guns as big as they are: How Islamic State training camps for children are swelling its ranks with junior jihadis

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*]Video reportedly shows children at an Islamic State training camp
*]Shows a youngster wearing a ski mask, firing an automatic weapon
*]Also features boys sitting reading from the holy book and handling weapons
*]One boy who escaped says they were forced to watch gruesome videos
*]Says the videos featured crucifixions, stonings and beheadings
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Read more: dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2738469/Forced-watch-crucifixions-stonings-beheadings-taught-fire-machine-guns-big-How-Islamic-State-training-camps-children-swelling-ranks-junior-jihadis.html#ixzz3BtleONCL


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CNN Exclusive: A 13-year-old witness to ISIS’ beheadings, crucifixion in Syria

cnn.com/2014/08/28/world/meast/syria-isis-atrocities-boy/index.html


#3

You seem very naïve in the ways of the world.
Public executions in China are common and I believe in Iran. In Saudi Arabia (US’s best ally) after Friday prayers, beheadings of sex offenders & stoning of adulterous females are regular events in the public town square where everyone is expected to attend. US families if in the vicinity are also expected to watch ‘justice being done’. Public lynching in the deep south were common-place in the 30s. Recently it took almost 2hrs for a US prisoner to die in prolonged agony from a botched lethal injection. Each nation has its own barbarity - at least beheading is swift and probably less painful in the end.


#4

You appear to be justifying beheading an adulterous female over executing a murderer by lethal injection because it is probably less painful. At least that is the way your post reads.


#5

Have Mercy on us and on the whole world.
Mary.


#6

So kids should watch them?:confused:


#7

What do you mean “YOU” seem very naive? Who is “you”…? The person who posted a link? :confused:


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