ISIS Fighters Boiled Alive After Fleeing Battlefield

Josh Luckenbaugh | July 5, 2016
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For the past several years, the Islamic State has unleashed its brutality on its sworn enemies all across the globe, carrying out dozens of mass shootings and bombings. On Monday, ISIS turned its savagery on its own soliders, boiling seven fighters alive after they fled battlefields in Iraq.

According to the Daily Mail, "The terrorists ran away from a conflict in Sharqat in the Salahuddin province and were killed by order of Islamic State on Monday. Before being thrown into a giant cauldron of boiling water, the seven absconders had their hands and feet bound tightly making absolutely sure of no escape, according to a local source."

No one deserves to die so inhumanely and it is unfortunately not surprising to hear ISIS took capital punishment to the extreme. 

The American Herald Tribune also reported the executions, citing a local source who told them of similar killings in June:

The ISIS terrorists executed 19 of its elements who fled from the latest battles against the security forces in the neighborhoods of al-Shuhada and al-Nassaf in Central Fallujah. [...] This came after the issuance of  death sentence against them by ISIL court.

In what sadly could be considered merciful, the source indicated this "execution was carried out by firing a bullet into the convicts’ head."

However, ISIS does have a history of utilizing boiling water for punishment. According to the Daily Mail report:

A Yazidi teenager,  who was just 17 when she talked last year, revealed how every day of her nine-month ordeal was 'like choosing between death and death' as she was faced with beatings and sexual assaults by the ISIS militant and his team of 'bodyguards'. The teenager told how she was gang-raped, whipped and even scalded on the thigh with boiling hot water if she didn't keep with her ISIS rapist's depraved sexual demands.

Such merciless practices reveal the true nature of these radical terrorists and the need for them to be dealt with sooner rather than later.

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