BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:15 A.M.) – Da’esh released a 55 minute long video on Thursday that showed their terrorist forces carrying out several executions and some old battle footage.

The first 24 minutes of the video began with Da’esh showcasing old battle footage from Palmyra when they captured the city from the Syrian Army.

Following the footage of Palmyra, the terrorist group showcased their ambushes in both Egypt and Iraq, claiming they overran several military posts.

The last 15 minutes of the video were of Da’esh terrorists carrying out heinous executions of Iraqi and Syrian soldiers.

The first executions were of ten Iraqi soldiers in the western part of the country; these soldiers were brutally murdered by the terrorist group.

After the Iraqi executions, Da’esh showed the execution footage of a Syrian fighter pilot that was captured in April 2016.

The pilot, ‘Azzam ‘Eid of Salamiyah, was burnt alive after being chained at the neck by the terrorist group.

The video would conclude with Da’esh executing three more Syrian Army and Iraqi military personnel and then declaring victory over their enemies.

Da’esh often releases these type of videos after they suffer a major defeat; this is their desperate attempt at retribution.

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