Another chilling video has been released by the barbaric Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) showing two young activists brutally executed in the group’s de facto capital of Al-Raqqa.

The 21-year old anti-ISIS activists, named as Bashir Abdul Al-Salim and Faisal Hasan Al Habib, were charged of being ‘informant’ who sought to publish anti-Shariaa leaflets in the city.

The two distraught young men, wearing the orange jumpsuits, were questioned by a masked interrogator who went through their ‘crimes’, showing how they used high-tech smart watches to take photos of the intelligence and securities sites in the city.

As ever, ISIS’ media arm made sure the ruthlessness and inhumanness is perfectly shown in details.

Filmed at nightfall, with nothing to break the dreadful silence but the buzzing sounds of night insects, the poor young men were tied to a tree trunk with their hands cuffed behind.

Two masked ISIS executioners in camouflage uniforms and balaclavas simultaneously load their pistols and blow up their heads. The disgusting scene is caught from different angles and replayed in slow motion.

The nearly 7-minutes sickening video ends up with a middle-aged man uttering his name, Mohammed Al-Mousa (aka Hammoud Al-Mousa). The man who, according to the two activists, was the mastermind behind the whole anti-ISIS action. This might herald that another execution video is to be soon released.

In 2014, ISIS took over Al-Raqqa completely after capturing the Syrian Army’s last strongholds, turning it into its main seat of power.

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