BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:55 P.M.) – The Da’esh terrorist organization released a 49 minute long video on Thursday that contained battle footage and executions they carried out over the course of 18 months.

In the video, Daesh showcased the heinous execution of a Syrian fighter pilot that was captured in the eastern Qalamoun region in April 2016.

The pilot, ‘Azzam ‘Eid of Salamiyah, was chained at the neck by the terrorist group before they burnt him alive, similar to the execution of the Jordanian pilot in 2015.

At the end of this long video, Da’esh declared victory over their enemies, despite losing almost all of the ground they once occupied in both Syria and Iraq.

 

Disclaimer: Due to the graphic nature of the video, Al-Masdar has chosen to not share any of the footage released

 

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