DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:15 P.M.) – An alleged spy was dealt with in gruesome fashion by his ISIS captors after he was busted supposedly spying for the Pakistanis in Afghanistan.

A new video released on Thursday by ISIS’ Khorasan Province, a mountainous border region stretching across parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan, shows the Afghani man being interrogated before being pulled into the woods and chained to a couple trees.

Behind him stood two ISIS henchmen who cut off his arms and decapitated him moments later. Sadly, the execution was overseen by a young boy believed to be the offspring of a local Islamic State militant.

The incident took place on November 8 in Nangarhar Province but the footage of the execution has first been released now. According to ISIS, the man worked for the Pakistani intelligence apparatus.

The video is available in its uncensored form below – viewer discretion is advised:

Al-Masdar News strongly condemns terrorism in any shape or form but contrary to the mainstream media insists on allowing its readership unfiltered access to information from all warring parties in the Middle East.

With ISIS months from complete defeat in Iraq and Syria, reports indicate that the Islamic State intends to relocate its caliphate in Afghanistan, exploiting the country’s ongoing civil war to continue its legacy of terror.

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Slick Driver

Scares me! How can humans treat each other this way under the excuse of religion?

Vangelis Kotsios
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bomb this losers with their shitty calipHell

Shashank Juyal
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Shashank Juyal

Reasons why ISIS cannot form a base in Afghanistan: 1. Nobody wants them, neither the govt. nor the Taliban. Unlike the middleast, social tensions here are more driven by ethinicities rather than by sectarian undertones. 2. No oil money to wage war.Opium is the only source of money and Taliban has a monopoly over it. 3. Taliban is supported and mentored by Pakistan to maintain its influence over the region, this might not be the case with ISIS.This means they might not get access to safe havens inside Pakistan. 4. Nobody wants to share the pie. Now that Taliban has… Read more »