ISIS Atrocities

The ISIS Atrocities We Can’t Forget

Long list of some of ISIS atrocities:
1) 1,700 captives executed in Tikrit, Iraq
2) 650 in Mosul, Iraq
3) Some 1,000 Turkmen massacred, including 100 children
4) More than 2,000 women and children kidnapped.
5) “Systematic hunting of members of ethnic and religious groups.” Women raped and sold. Young boys executed. Girls enslaved for sexual abuse. Children recruited as suicide bombers. More than 1 million refugees, half of them kids.
6) More than 1 million refugees, half of them kids.
7) At least 100 men and boys herded together and shot to death in Kocho.
8) “Scores of men and boys” summarily executed in Qiniyeh.
9) More than 50 men “rounded up and shot dead” near Jdali.
10) Massacre in Tikrit: “between 560 and 770 men.” The captives were shot dead while lying in trenches with their hands bound.
11) U.N.’s latest casualty figures for Iraq: The 1,265 civilians killed in August, combined with 1,186 in July and 1,531 in June, yield a total of 6,861 so far this year, and 9,826 over the last 12 months.
12) At least 50 soldiers of the Syrian Army’s 17th division were killed and a number of them were beheaded on an army base outside the northern Syrian city of Raqqa.
13) 75 soldiers of the 17th division were captured at Abu Shared and they were beheaded.
14) 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.

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3 comments

  1. I don’t know how humans could do this to other humans. My heart breaks for the victims and there loved ones. Everyone who is killed has someone who cries for them. I hope there souls may find peace at death with Jesus, and I pray for the cruel men of isis for there judgement day may be one of everlasting fire… I pray for a spurt of light within there souls before it is too late. I am sickened by the hatred and lack of empathy for other life. I pray for the victims and for the perpetrators… May they realize what they have done

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