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ISIS, the army of Islamic terrorists controlling large portions of Syria and Iraq, quickly established itself as a potent monster with its firing squad executions, its beheadings and even crucifixions.

It soon added the dropping of victims into water while they were confined in cages along with dissolving victims in acid.

It even was found to be burying alive its own fighters for fleeing from the enemy.

But those atrocities all may have just been trumped by reports ISIS is executing captured girls and women for refusing sex.

According to ARA News, jihadis last week burned to death 19 Yazidi girls who had been taken as “sex slaves.”

“They were punished for refusing to have sex with ISIS militants,” ARA News learned from a local activist, Abdullah al-Malla.

“ISIS Exposed: Beheadings, Slavery, and the Hellish Reality of Radical Islam” is veteran investigative reporter Erick Stakelbeck’s story of the true motivations, inner workings and future plans the new caliphate

“The 19 girls were burned to death, while hundreds of people were watching. Nobody could do anything to save them from the brutal punishment,” another source in Mosul told ARA.

The victims were placed in iron cages in central Mosul and burned, the reports said.

The girls were captured from the ISIS region in northern Iraq, which was taken over by ISIS in the summer of 2014.

ISIS was accused of inflicting mass casualties, kidnappings and rape when thousands of Yazidis, a minority religious faith in the region, were trapped on Mount Sinjar and unable to escape ISIS jihadis.

More than 3,000 Yazidi girls were taken by ISIS as sex slaves, according to estimates.

As Kurdish Peshmerga forces moved back into the Yazidi district, reports say they found five mass graves where hundreds of civilians who were summarily executed were buried.

Human Rights Watch said that of the estimated 3,500 remaining in ISIS captivity, many “of the abuses, including torture, sexual slavery, and arbitrary detention, would be war crimes if committed in the context of the armed conflict, or crimes against humanity if they were part of ISIS policy during a systematic or widespread attack on the civilian population.”

“The abuses against Yazidi women and girls documented by Human Rights Watch, including the practice of abducting women and girls and forcibly converting them to Islam and/or forcibly marrying them to ISIS members, may be part of a genocide against Yazidis.”

ISIS previously has been known to execute people for an offense as small as selling cigarettes.

The reports of dissolving victims in acid came when 25 victims were accused of spying. They then reportedly were lowered into a huge vat of nitric acid.

Iraqi News said ISIS “put the citizens in a large tub containing nitric acid inside one of its headquarters.”

“ISIS members tied each person with a rope and lowered him in the tub, which contains nitric acid, till the victims organs dissolve.”

Only a short time earlier, it was reported ISIS executed dozens of its own fighters by burying them alive. Their offense was to flee the battlefield.

Fox News reported HRW and the United Nations both have called on ISIS to release prisoners.

U.S. authorities said they have launched numerous investigations of ISIS attack plans on American soil.

ISIS also punished some of its own by putting them in a morgue freezer until they were dead and by driving tanks over them.

“ISIS Exposed: Beheadings, Slavery, and the Hellish Reality of Radical Islam” is veteran investigative reporter Erick Stakelbeck’s story of the true motivations, inner workings and future plans the new caliphate

 

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