A leaked video showing staged ISIS execution video has gone viral recently on social media network.

The video was hacked by a group of Russian hackers called “Cyber Berkut”. The group claimed to have stolen the footage from an electronic device reportedly belonging to one on US senator John McCain’s staffer.

The authenticity of the video has not been verified yet.

In the footage which was taken inside a film studio, two actors play the executioner and the prisoner in orange jumpsuit, mimicking the sickening execution videos frequently published by the terror group.

Miraculously enough, all ISIS prisoners are shown calm, composed and almost satisfied with their fate. This has repeatedly raised the eyebrows of many internet viewers around the world about the authenticity of these videos.

See full video here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcq3o3PLCvdVNfmwbrMnwIg

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