BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS) sent a new video to the families of the kidnapped civilians from the Sweida Governorate this week.

The ISIS video showed several of the kidnapped civilians inside of a building in an undisclosed location that is controlled by the terrorist group.

What is bizarre about the home is the fact that there are no residential buildings in the Al-Safa region because it is primarily a volcanic area.

According to a military report from Sweida, the Islamic State managed to sneak the captives out of the Al-Safa region and moved them to the areas they control in the Deir Ezzor Governorate.

Below is the video that the Islamic State sent to the families of the kidnapped civilians; it was released by Suwayda 24:

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