ISIS leaders punished with NEW EXECUTION METHOD using DOGS
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It's a bad time to be an ISIS commander.
In response to the continual failures on the battlefield, ISIS commanders are now being executed by being fed to aggressive dogs.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - A Kurdish commander spoke to the Iranian media outlet AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA) to say the Islamic State was sentencing failed commanders to death by dogs.
Dler Ahmed, a Kurdish sociologist, explained the Islamic State, "uses any members who are thought to be of no use, for the organization to frighten other members."
The means of frightening other members is a catch-22 for all ISIS commanders: Die fighting or die as punishment for failure.
Ahmed specified the method of scaring other ISIS members would be limited to other fighters and would have absolutely no effect on anti-ISIS forces, leaving the group at risk of attack from both within and without.
The Kurdish commander, Hasan Khala Hasan, serves on the Gwer front in northern Iraq and he described the extreme deaths of failed commanders.
The ex-commanders were tied to trees and left entirely defenseless as dogs were sent to slowly maul them to death.
ISIS has been failing on the battlefield in Syria and Iraq the past few months, leaving the group weak in both the eyes of their attackers and their own.
The Islamic State continues to lose territory as militants are forced back and out of claimed lands but the setbacks have done nothing to cure the group's blood lust.
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