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ISIS Child Executors Threaten Israel in New Propaganda Clip

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A new ISIS video depicting executions by children. Photo: Screenshot

A new ISIS video depicts executions by children. Photo: Screenshot

A new video by terror group ISIS released to the web on Thursday depicts indoctrinated children executing Syrian prisoners and alleged spies, while threatening President Barack Obama and Jewish people.

According to Israel’s Channel 2, the video — apparently shot in the eastern Syrian ISIS stronghold — shows ISIS leaders training children, and engaging them in a competition, the winners of which get the prize of shooting Syrian prisoners.

In one scene, a child is seen decapitating a man while threatening: “Obama, we’ll slit your throat, and we’ll do it to all the Jews.”

The video itself was called “To the Son of Jews,” and shows five alleged spies executed by gunshot, and the one beheaded. The clip begins with images of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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According to heavy.com, the video of the executions was shot in the deserts of Deir ez-Zor, Syria, outside an ancient ruin. The executions are carried out in the ruins themselves.

ISIS fighters have been reported near Israel’s border just outside the Golan Heights area, in southern Syria. Additionally, groups affiliated with ISIS have cropped up in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, on Israel’s southern border, including the one that claimed responsibility for shooting down a Russian passenger jet full of tourists, killing 224 people.

Still, Israeli military leaders have said Israel’s largest threats remain Hezbollah and Hamas, which are traditionally supported by Iran, an enemy of ISIS.

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