Latest ISIS video reveals new horrors as one captive is drowned in a fish tank
In their latest desperate attempt to strike fear into their enemies, ISIS released a propaganda film featuring new tortures.
New ISIS video reveals new horrors.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The disgusting video, titled "The Convoy of Light," was released by the terrorist group an a desperate attempt to intimidate their enemies.
The 42-minute film begins with several suicide attacks in Mosul.
Each young attacker is seen with smiles on their faces and some are interviewed.
One such person was a wheelchair-bound extremist who was happy to be of service to the hate group's spread of fear and destruction.
Footage reveals his attack was successful.
The majority of the film reveals attack after attack with ISIS narrators explaining how each was carried out.
Near the end of the video, two men are accused of being Iraqi coalition spies and are executed separately.
The first is seated in handcuffs. He wears the orange jumpsuit ISIS has been dressing its victims in then is taken to a rooftop.
A hooded executioner awaits the "spy" and quickly beheads the captive.
The second man is filmed on the phone in what appears to be a reenactment of his alleged spying. His head is shaved and he is placed in a chair before a fish tank.
His ISIS captors fill the tank with water and force him to confess his alleged crimes.
A wheelchair-bound Jihad was interviewed before carrying out a suicide attack in Mosul.
They shove his head beneath the watery surface and just before he drowns they pull him up.
He gasps for breath but the militants pour what appears to be alcohol over his head. They dunk him beneath the surface again and capture several angles of his struggling body before he finally drowns.
The brutal video included several clips seen in earlier films but the drowning revealed the group's plans to continue their murderous rampaging.
Many believe the films are released as a means of intimidating their enemies while their forces continue to dwindle and lose footholds in the Middle East.
Currently, the Iraqi army and its allies continue to cleanse the terrorist organization from cities.
The last major stronghold is the city of Mosul. Once Iraqi forces reclaim Mosul, ISIS will no longer have a significant foothold.
Since the war began, ISIS has lost over half the territory it controlled.
According to CNN, thousands of Jihads have been killed in separate incidents near Mosul.
NBC confirmed the war is slowly being won with American troops joining Iraqi forces to reclaim Mosul.
ISIS has had over two years to fortify the city and Iraqi forces have to clear over 200,000 buildings as they slowly make their way to the terrorist's den.
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