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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Shocking and sickening video shows youngsters lined up and 'shot in the head' by ISIS

A shocking video showing young children playing a sick execution game and 'shot in the head' by a toy gun as on their knees is just the latest evidence of ISIS abuse and brainwashing of children under their control.

The short film shows four boys lined up on their knees with their hands behind their back and they face a wall before they are 'shot' and fall over giggling.

The mock executioner reels off a typical speech made by the real thing accusing the boys of being apostates and 'pigs' and says they are being 'executed by the heroes in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' before he aims the plastic gun and their heads and fires in quick succession.

The video, which was published by Raqqa resistance group RBSS and Iranian news agency Ahul Bayt back in 2014, purports to show Iraqi children of ISIS fighters 'playing games'.

MailOnline was unable to independently verify the original source of the video.

It is just the latest video showing how ISIS are brainwashing their children into fighting for them and normalising sickening violence.

Last Autumn a toddler was filmed beheading his teddy bear with a large knife in front of the black ISIS flag.

It was thought to have been released by the terror group but was also unconfirmed and shows the child blurred out as he walks into a bedroom dressed in black with a beige hat on his head.

He comes into focus when he appears to grab the white and red teddy bear's head and thrusts the knife into its neck.

He used the blade to hack away at the teddy during the 30-second clip, uploaded onto YouTube.

Then, smiling as if he was playing with the toy, the child raises the weapon into the air.

Boys have also been filmed 'training' in ISIS propaganda videos and are forced onto the frontline as suicide bombers, according to Syrian activists.

'There are a lot of suicide bombers that Daesh have orchestrated and as well as brainwashing the children they place them on the frontline of battles and if they are killed it is considered that they have protected the lives of Daesh by putting children on the front line', RBSS member Sarmad al Jilane told Sky News in Istanbul.

ISIS also distribute propaganda aimed at children and the only schools available under the militant's control teach an extremist curriculum causing many families to keep their children at home.

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