A new propaganda video released by ISIS shows a little boy, age 6, taking part in the beheading of captives — a stark show of the brutality and evil of the terror group.
The boy isn’t shown helping cut off the heads — simply passing out the knives used in the beheadings. But his presence in the video is eerie in and of itself.
He’s shown wearing a black head covering and camo gear. He actually gives a short speech, looking at the camera lens, while somberly holding the two knives. He then passes off the knives to the killers.
From the Daily Post:
“With the blade balanced in his hands, he asks that the terrorists who butcher the victims are given peace by the Prophet Muhammad and Allah before delivering the chilling line, ‘The infidel and his killer never meet in hell.’
“Two executioners then walk past him and each takes a knife before beheading their prisoners in Syria.
“In the footage, they can both be seen pushing victims along a path in the rocky countryside.
“It is not clear from the video what supposed crimes the prisoners are said to have committed against Islamic State.
“After being frog-marched through a stream, they are pushed face down into the water before being beheaded by two terrorists wearing black cloaks and masks.”
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