With the terror group increasingly losing ground and momentum in both Syria and Iraq, ISIS has reportedly executed 21 of its own warlords in its de facto capital of Al-Raqqa, Syria, during April only.
Local activists from the group’s stronghold confirmed the news, adding that a number of military commanders have been also relocated to Iraq.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that an ISIS commander of a Moroccan nationality was among the executed.
Days earlier, some 45 ISIS jihadis have been frozen to death inside a forensic freezer for attempting to flee battlefields in Iraq. The bodies were spread along the side roads as a warning for potential defectors.
A report published by The Daily Mail revealed that ISIS fighters are so afraid of fighting so much that they ask doctors for fake sick notes to get out of front line duty as morale plunges to a new low.
Recently, the jihadis’ salaries were cut by half as the group suffers humiliating defeats in both Syria and Iraq, losing gas fields and cash reserves.