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Video shows rows of bodies as 250 Syrian soldiers DEATH MARCHED, forced to chant praises to their executioners before being killed (Warning: PHOTOS)

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
8/29/2014 (2 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

Terrible video shows the incredible row of bodies, shoulder to shoulder.

The Islamic State has committed another atrocity, this time murdering as many as 250 Syrian soldiers following a half-naked death-march across the desert sand to their place of execution. The entire way, as a video reveals, the men were compelled to chant and sing praises to the Islamic State.

Forced to chant praised to their executioners, jubilant ISIS terrorists killed approximately 250 Syrian prisoners.

Forced to chant praised to their executioners, jubilant ISIS terrorists killed approximately 250 Syrian prisoners.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
8/29/2014 (2 years ago)

Published in Middle East

Keywords: Iraq, Christian, ISIS, IS, ISIL, Islamic State, militants, Syria, Tabqa


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Islamic State terrorists circulated a shocking video of a death march and mass execution of Syrian soldiers that took place right after they captured the Syrian airbase of Tabqa. Now the Islamic State has seized a base, fighter planes and munitions, although they may lack the expertise to use much of the material, especially the planes.

Act now to save Christians from this fate!

Despite the seizure, it represents another victory for the terrorists and has resulted in another gruesome mass-execution. They have shared the death march and mass execution in a video on social media. You may watch that video here. Be warned, it shows hundreds of men being killed.

WATCH: One of the videos produced by the Islamic State (contains raw footage, redirects).

The images below will speak for themselves. Warning, images show deceased victims.

The Islamic State shared another video showing a death march and mass execution of Syrian soldiers c

The Islamic State shared another video showing a death march and mass execution of Syrian soldiers captured at Tabqa airbase.

MiG 21 jets can be seen at the airbase on this Google Earth image. They belong to the Islamic State

MiG 21 jets can be seen at the airbase on this Google Earth image. They belong to the Islamic State now.

Tabqa airbase in Syria, now under Islamic State control.

Tabqa airbase in Syria, now under Islamic State control.

Islamic State guards leer at the camera as they death march 250 men to their deaths.

Islamic State guards leer at the camera as they death march 250 men to their deaths.

The Syrian soldiers were stripped to their underwear and marched to their deaths.

The Syrian soldiers were stripped to their underwear and marched to their deaths.

The Islamic State continues to enjoy a surge of support in the region.

The Islamic State continues to enjoy a surge of support in the region.

The men were forced to lie down in a long row before they were shot in place.

The men were forced to lie down in a long row before they were shot in place.

Video shows the bodies of the dead, stretching for hundreds of yards, shoulder to shoulder.

Video shows the bodies of the dead, stretching for hundreds of yards, shoulder to shoulder.

The victims were lined up and shot to cries of "Allah akbar!"

The victims were lined up and shot to cries of "Allah akbar!"

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