BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 P.M.) – The Islamic State’s recent string of losses in the eastern region of the Euphrates River Valley has begun taking a toll on their morale, prompting them to carry out the ruthless execution of captured enemy fighters.

On Sunday morning, the Islamic State’s official media wing released footage of their terrorists executing their prisoners from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

Among those executed by the terrorist group were two members of an Arab tribe from the Al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria.

In the interview prior to the execution, the two tribesmen said that they were forcibly conscripted into the Syrian Democratic Forces, adding that they were placed at the front-lines in eastern Deir Ezzor before they were captured by the Islamic State.

The Islamic State often carries out these executions when they are on the verge of defeat; this has happened on a number of occasions in the past, with the battle of Al-Safa in late 2018 being the most recent reference.

 

 

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The IS regime prepares for the total loss of land holdings.

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Well, by still holding just a part of a town, I’m not sure that we still can call them a regime, even the word regime was too much honour to speak about their caliphuck… I’m not even too sure on how to call such thing.. Maybe an “absurdistan”? “Insanistan”? I mean even Amin Dada wasn’t as mind-sick. The only as psychopathic “regime” in modern era I can recall must have been the Red-Khmers?

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@Daeshbags-Sux, we still can call them regime, because they and their would be caliph are illegitimate.

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Hahahahaha loss of land holdings? What land? They came from nowhere a small group light armed few mujahedin who almost took entire Syria and Iraq despite being heavily outgunned and outnumbered from your Zionist masters, and the only way you can take back your lands is by airstrikes looked Mosul and raqqa not one building left standing thanks to your airstrikes because your soldiers are no match on the ground against Islamic State, they are regrouping waiting for the right moment, glad tiding to all righteous believing Muslims our black banner army is here to fight until the final hour,… Read more »

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criminal like you will never understand the meaning of black flag will only be carried by real muslim and islam who will bring justice and peace to whole world . Fool like yu who is talking about black flag carried by criminal bagdahadi the son of kwarajite and Zionist whabhi kingdom who tried to kill Prophet and kill all his family bloodline. But Allah is the biggest planner and kept Prophet blood alive till today and is waiting for the right time to bring him back to get rid of all those kwarajite and Zionist people like you who worship… Read more »

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As I said 79 nations, as far as I know you Shias never fought against enemies of Islam, talking to you is waste of time we all know by now the so called Muslims and the real Muslims

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hang all muslims

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You dont have that much rope 🙂

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“You dont have that much rope ?”
=> You grilled me, I was about to answer the same thing 😉

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@Daeshbags-Sux, this johnny was is a fanatic twit like that Abu el Bordello.

p.s. But You can use belts, kufiyas or plastic garbage – if You really want to.

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Abu بَيت الدعارة , as I said, we have beaten the caliphate when the Umayyads were at their zenith and the Ottoman Sultans when they had the biggest army on earth.

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Daler, tell me 79 nations with all your manpower and tech still can’t defeat one small group hahahahaha, go cry kid you have will and always will be losing against us

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Abu بَيت الدعارة , the thousands of IS munafiqun have been already defeated. Their war game is over since the US stopped supplying their Sunni terrorist donors.

You munafiqun have always lost the final battle, ever since the Battle of the Highway of the Martyrs in 732.

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“Battle of the Highway of the Martyrs” => You mean the Battle of Poitiers? (often called battle of Tours by Anglos, but hey, Tours is 112km north and we know better our own history and geography than the Anglos!) http://www.noblewisdom.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/charles_martel_c688-741-678×381.jpg I didn’t knew the Arab sources called this battle like this! I was already proud that my ancestor who was the Clermont-Ferrand’s lord participated and gained high nobility through it but hey, it honours the blood that flows in my veins that we were such a Nemesis for them that they called it the Highway of the Martyrs. Without those… Read more »

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@Daeshbags-Sux, You better know Your land and history. We East Francs & Saxons from the Holy Roman Empire call it the battle of Tours & Poitiers. And without our West Franc comrades, whose kings back stabbed us later, we also beat the Sultans. Blink.

Abu munafiq has not learned enough history to know even the English transliteration of the Arab name of the Caliphate’s defeat that ended the Muslim North and West expansion in Europe.

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Abu : I will tell you for Daler since I’m more versed in the military stuff. 1.) There weren’t 79 armies mobilised at all! Hey, US militaries are 1.3 millions, they sent 2,000… 2.) Coalition did an average 36 airstrikes a day, right? OK, let’s load a Rafale to inflict maximum prejudice to a land army and loiter for long. We’ll add a KC-130 tactical refueller. Now : 3000L underbelly tank, two 1150L conformal tanks. Let’s still have self defense ability if the Turk plays stupid : 2 Meteors under the belly, two on external hardpoints and 2 MICA-IR on… Read more »

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@Daeshbags-Sux, thx for filling the details. About military strength and costs. I hope the real facts will enlighten our Abu munafiq but I doubt it.

p.s. I already told him that the Caliphate and the Sultanate did not make it when they where at the peak of their economic and military strength. They did not make it when they were Super Powers with 25% or more of world GDP to lavish on war, how can he expect victory now?

God has already decided and written in blood.

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Al contrario, ISIS nunca luchará contra Israel.

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@Nestor, verdad – but that is because the IS are traitors and fight other takfir traitors first.

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Actually, Tsahal is helping Egypt at crushing ’em in Sinai. Egyptian army budget has shrunk to only $5bln, you know… Most of ISIS/Sinai-Wilayat busting is in fact made by Israeli drones which’s roundels have been removed or replaced by Egyptian ones 😉 Both Egypt and Israel perfectly know where ISIS-SW hides : in Gaza! They use Hamas tunnels, that’s why they’re doing so much shït around Rafah. And Yup, the roaches really fear Tsahal, and for good reasons : they probed ’em a little when they held land in SE Syria… Those who shot into Israel ended receiving some M270… Read more »

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@Daeshbags-Sux, je suis d’accord, but as said before. Their ideology demands to attack Muslim dissenters first.

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Abu بَيت الدعارة , the Zionist caliphate was beaten by a small group of lightly armed Kurds and Shia. Thousands of IS munafiqun came from many countries and joined ex Ba’ath executives who had lost their jobs during the Iraq war. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haji_Bakr. IS was part of the US war plan. The US destabilized Syria and opened an opportunity for IS. They paid and armed terrorists. Conflict Armament Research has shown how fast the paid terrorists gave all to the IS. While 79 US allies listlessly bombed IS the Russians destroyed IS’ oil business with Turkey.

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Except that Israel actively (but stealthily) supports the Kurds, so for the “Zionist caliphate”, not so! It makes no sense! Freaking trace where Zarqawi hid before entering Iraq and who smuggled him there! The “plan” wasn’t from the Yanks : Omar-the-IRGC-troll even acknowledged that Iran was allied with Turkey! Actually, the axis of evil is Qatar-Iran-Turkey… And what we had at US level was crooked US politicians backing all this shït! Killary/Kerry/Obongo… Hey, don’t forget that John Kerry’s son-in-law is actually an… Iranian-Murican… Always look to whom the crime benefits and the ISIS crime obviously benefits to… Iran… You’re absolutely… Read more »

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@Daeshbags-Sux, they insult each other as Zionists. Like Zionists they trample on others. All Fascistoid creeds do! You are too much socialist aficionado to agree. But it makes sense. Your Zarqawi facts are right but leave the time line of this war. It does not lead to the creation of IS either. Haji Bakr link. US troops 2011 withdrawal was before the Syrian war created IS. Then Iran started to support Assad not IS. You can and do fact checking like me – but take for granted that the Iran aided Assad and IS at the same time? Connerie!

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@Daeshbags-Sux’BTW: I know what the marines still sing about their Barbary Coast mission. 🙂 The Moors used jizya to force Christians into conversion and to fiance their slave armies. The Mamluks were created as a loyal class who owed their status to the Caliphs. The Sultans had Devşirme for that purpose. European feudal monarchs had the same loyalty problem but not the means for slavery. The Muslim fast early successes were in areas with strong Arianism not Catholicism. Early converts were Christians who denied Trinity – and the Umayyads were not Muslims by today’s standard – if at all.

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Infections often are like that.

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Yes, no terrain to keep them, as well as they were saved for ISIS leftovers to leave – And SDFs said no.

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There is a lot of terrain to keep ISIS…
6 feet under…

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@Daeshbags-Sux, if not dig more.

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Hundreds of Syrian soldiers have been slaughtered by ISIS and affiliates. Were they angry ISIS? No they were blood thirsty killers who slaughtered pregnant women, infants, children, disabled, men, women, the elderly and the sick. Sometimes for sport. they invented reasons you know. No trial, no representations, just arbitrary arrests and sentencing. Why do they kill prisoners? These prisoners are bargaining chips. Perhaps they did not like SDF terms of surrender and are making a point. Maybe they lost their value and are giving their fanbase some entertainment. The bigger question is why do they still have a media wing?… Read more »