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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (8:00 P.M.) – A series of gruesome photos have emerged from an ISIS-held region north of the capital Baghdad where the terror group claims to have uncovered a network of government spies.

According to Amaq Agency, the Islamic State discovered that a local Sunni family living in Saladin province had been leaking information to the Iraqi Army and providing coordinates of suspected jihadist hideouts to the Iraqi Air Force.

Subsequently, four men, all carrying the same surname, were executed in what can be considered a brutal crackdown on anyone opposed to the Islamic State’s rule.

Viewer discretion is advised – the following images are not for the faint-hearted:

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Amaq Agency frequently releases beheading footage from Iraq, revealing it to be the prefered execution method for the self-proclaimed caliphate.

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Floriangeyer
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Without the US/UK /NATO oiling the wheels of terrorism this abomination would not have happened.

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Even if the Usa have their strong responsibility in Isis birth -Iraq invasion-, this simplification doesn’t help a bit in fighting it, and allows for repeating errors and wrongs (see shiite policies towards Sunnis). Moreover, if Islam doesn’t modernize and rejects its most gruesome aspects this abominion is going to repeat again and again.

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I disagree with you. The US/UK /France have not given up supporting terror. They all bow to Saudi and Gulf State cash, sell them hundreds of billions worth of military weapons and munitions and allow the Saudi’s especially to promote medieval Wahabi religious teachings via their funding of Mosques and Madrassa’s in Western Europe and actively support terror gangs around the globe.

If the West truly wishes to confront terrorism ,it must stop flirting and supplying those who do. Whatever the financial cost to the Western corporations.

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Only country in the EU not complying with weapon export ban to Saudi Arabia is UK, period!
KSA is #1 client to BAe.
Despite al-Jubeir having proposed to buy 60 Rafales from Dassault, it was rejected.
I think things are clear…

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Brave men who defied the worlds sole super power and made them look like fools. It is men like this who stood up to the US that made the rest of us strong enough to stand up.

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Well said.

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ISIS was created jointly by the CIA and Pentagon in conjunction with its coalition of terror partners. Disturbing as it is the record corroborates it. Europeans are bearing the brunt of the fallout from the destabilization campaigns. Why they continue to support the North Atlantic Terrorist Organization and the neo-Nazis in Ukraine is a big question. Propaganda from their blackmailed governments would help explain why there aren’t more Europeans demonstrating against the Washington cesspool of corruption.

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The ISIS , Taliban, Daesh, BokoHaram are all followers of Saudi Arabian religion supported by US.

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These guys are evil..

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it is totally insane to put these fotos on this website. Chris Thomson, you should be ashamed…

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You fackface best to stab off your eyes and ears, hope nobody farts in your presence, otherwise you d be more evil than voldemort