GRAPHIC: ISIS releases PHOTOS of Mass Executions

ByPamela Geller on June 14, 2014

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Mass execution photos of Iraq soldiers by jihad savages. Photos below show hundreds of Iraqi shia soldiers being transported in trucks to be executed by ISIS (more on Sunni vs Shia here). Hundreds, perhaps thousands, were transported and met the same brutal fate.

A couple of days ago, I reported ISIS’s declaration that they had captured 4,500 Iraq soldiers in Tikrit.

These photos were released by ISIS — they are not doing this under cover of night or in hiding. They are proud of their slaughter in the cause of Islam.

ERBIL, Iraq — When Islamic militants rampaged through the Iraqi city of Mosul last week, robbing banks of hundreds of millions of dollars, opening the gates of prisons and burning army vehicles, some residents greeted them as if they were liberators and threw rocks at retreating Iraqi soldiers.

It took only two days, though, for the fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria to issue edicts laying out the harsh terms of Islamic law under which they would govern, and singling out some police officers and government workers for summary execution. (NYT)

Al Qaeda linked ISIS is now 60 miles out of Baghdad.

But no worries, Obama assured us: ‘We’re leaving behind a sovereign, stable and self-reliant Iraq.’

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Seconds before execution



 Jihad in action.


Photos source here (hat tip Jenan Moussa)

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  • Big Rocky

    Would all of you like to hear what’s really sad? I am saddened by Americans inability to disagree and have different beliefs without verbally assaulting one another. I was born and raised in this country. America isn’t perfect (no government is perfect) but I love her. Sure, I’ve had my rights violated and I’ve been discriminated against, but I am still a proud American. I am striving to be Christian, but I don’t hate Muslims. I disagree with Islam but I don’t set out to disrespect their faith. I didn’t vote for Pres. Obama, but I respect him as my President. I said these things to make a point. We can all strongly disagree without losing sight that we are ALL Americans. If radical Islam or any other enemy attacks our country, they are indeed attacking ALL OF US. United we will stand, but divided we will surely ALL fall.