UNCENSORED: ISIS gleefully trumpets images detailing brutal execution of Iraqis (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC PHOTOS)
By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
8/8/2014 (2 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
The Islamic State has happily tweeted a long series of images detailing the execution of fellow Sunni tribesmen who had the audacity to challenge their authority. Although the images have been made public, only Catholic Online is sharing the face of genocide and jihad with the world, uncensored.
A victim of ISIS kneels for a photograph and waits for the bullet that will end his life.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Islamic State terrorists have happily photographed and shared an entire execution with the world, as is their custom. In this case, the victims are fellow Sunnis, members of a tribe that cut a deal with the Islamic State only for the agreement to fall apart.
The tribe was to be left along, but reportedly its leaders chafed under IS control and its members staged an uprising, driving IS terrorists from at least two villages. The IS returned with a vengeance, capturing and executing anyone suspected of participating in the uprising.
To the Islamic State, these men are traitors to their cause. As such, they were treated brutally.
The series of images, released on Twitter, is now being shared with you, our readers, uncensored. We are sharing these graphic images to raise worldwide awareness of what is happening in Iraq and Syria as these Muslim terrorists conduct genocide against all who refuse to submit to their will.
Why is it that Catholic Online is the only major media outlet sharing these images in their uncensored form? Catholic Online is assisting relief efforts and is supporting Chaldeans from the region who are nothing less than the survivors of genocide.
The time has come for the world to understand that the Islamic State is an existential threat to all civilization and that they will never peacefully coexist with the world. The sooner we acknowledge this reality and bring these cold-blooded killers to justice, dead or alive, the more innocent lives we will save.
Catholic Online is asking all readers to donate to the Your Catholic Voice Foundation fund to help save Iraqi Christians from genocide.
Captured Sunni tribesmen, accused of disloyalty are marched, barefoot in 120 degree heat, to their deaths.
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