Video: ISIS parades half-naked Syrian soldiers
In the video, the men are walking with their hands behind their head alongside ISIS militants yielding the radical group's banner
Militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) released a video on Thursday showing the capture of dozens of Syrian regime fighters.
In the video, the men are walking with their hands behind their head alongside ISIS militants yielding the radical group's banner.
The men are seen wearing nothing but undergarments and are walking behind each other in a single file to an “undisclosed” location.
Another video posted online by ISIS supporters showed more than 150 men, lying motionless, apparently dead, in a row in the sand, the Associated Press reported.
While the videos could not be independently confirmed by the AP, they appeared to illustrate the claims made online by ISIS supporters and Syrian activists about the mass killing.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Thursday that ISIS executed tens of Syrian regime soldiers that attempted to flee captivity following the group’s takeover of the al-Tabaqah airport
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