PHOTOS: ISIS Extremists Slaughters Over 250 Syrian Soldiers

Thursday, August 28, 2014

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A Video was today released online showing ISIS Extremists walking over 250 soldiers dressed in shorts to their death.  An Islamic State fighter claimed the men were from the Syrian government's Tabqa air base which the extremists seized on Sunday, potentially handing them warplanes, tanks, artillery and ammunition.

The video, begins by showing dozens of men being marched through the desert wearing only their underwear. It then fades to black, resuming with a pile of bloodied bodies stacked on top of one another


Death march: Another video appearing to show the same march through the desert was put on social media





'Another ISIS war crime': Footage and photographs have emerged of Islamic State fighters marching more than 200 soldiers across the desert to their deaths in only their underwear after capturing Syria's Tabqa air base


Horror: The video, too graphic to be published in full, fades to black before revealing a chain of men's bodiesHorror: The video, too graphic to be published in full, fades to black before revealing a chain of men's bodies

There were chants of 'Islamic State', to which the men replied 'It will remain', their hands behind their backsThere were chants of 'Islamic State', to which the men replied 'It will remain', their hands behind their backs


Tormented: At one point the men appeared to be taunted by their captors as some turned towards the camera




Slaughter: A separate image showed masked gunmen preparing to shoot seven men from the same air base. The chilling photograph was released by the Raqqa Media Center yesterday and tallies with other reporting



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