ISIS executes 100 people in ONE WEEK including a TWO-YEAR-OLD girl

PARANOID Islamic State (ISIS) maniacs have embarked on a summer of slaughter, beheading 23 teenagers on suspicion of spying and burning a two-year-old girl alive.

The twisted jihadis have carried out some of their most gruesome killings yet, including executing four football players in front of a crowd of children and butchering 25 civilians by dissolving them alive in acid.

Senior military sources said the spate of horrific murders was a sign that the Islamist fanatics are growing increasingly desperate as they face all-out military defeat.

The terror group is clinging on to its last few strongholds in Syria and Iraq, with allied forces assembling for a blitz offensive to finally obliterate them.

Today a senior Iraqi army officer revealed details of the latest sickening war crimes, which involved ISIS maniacs rounding up 23 innocent teenagers in the city of Mosul and beheading them in front of baying crowds.

ISIS militants

ISIS militants. The paranoid militants have killed people on suspicion of being spies

The ISIS executioner known as The Bulldozer

The group is known for its barbaric forms of execution

Brigadier-General Abdul-Karim Sabawi said: “ISIS arrested 23 young men from Nimrod and al-Salamiya and beheaded them.

“The deceased were accused of collaboration with the security forces and providing them with important information about the outfit’s movement in Nimrod.

“This heinous crime comes after preparations to liberate Mosul from ISIS control is almost completed.”

ISIS has significantly ramped up executions for spying in recent weeks as desperate jihadis go to ever more crazed lengths to stem the huge losses they are suffering.

ISIS militants

ISIS militants. One of those killed was a two-year-old girl

ISIS militants

The jihadi group is fast losing territory in Iraq and Syria

They are believed to have executed more than 100 people for espionage this week alone, with the vast majority of the killings coming in the form of public beheadings.

Huge efforts are also under way to stop desperate civilians from fleeing their so-called caliphate, resulting in the execution of a two-year-old girl who was burned alongside her family when they were caught moving villages within ISIS territory.

Mass desertions have significantly reduced the size of the population in ISIS-controlled areas with Mosul, once Iraq’s second largest city, now home to just half of the 1.5million people who lived there before the terrorists took control in 2014.

The northern city, which is believed to be where the group’s elusive leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is hiding out, is being encircled by Iraqi government forces to the south and Kurdish peshmerga to the north.


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By Sydney Chesterfield on July 29, 2016 · Posted in Reports, Trends

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