Violent Jihad

ISIS Executes 25 People by Lowering Them Into a Tub of Acid

The chief precedent for ISIS's brutality is ISIS's earlier brutality.

BY Immanuel Al-Manteeqi · @Al_Manteeqi | May 23, 2016

Multiple local reports have indicated that ISIS has executed twenty-five people by lowering them in a pool of nitric acid, a corrosive chemical used in the manufacturing of explosives. The local reports are coming from Mosul, Iraq, the city that ISIS conquered in June 2014. ISIS’ victims were alleged to be spies for the Iraqi government’s security force. A source obtained by IraqiNews.com and who spoke on condition of anonymity said that “ISIS put the citizens in a large tub containing nitric acid inside one of its headquarters,” and that “ISIS members tied each person with a rope and lowered him in the tub, which contains nitric acid, till the victims organs dissolved.” It is reported that the execution occurred in front of a public audience, ostensibly to strike terror into the heart of the populace so that they remain obedient to ISIS out of fear. If this were indeed held in public, then one would expect that some leaked videos would have surfaced on the internet by now. Officially, the Islamic State has as of yet not released a video of the barbaric execution, as is their penchant when murdering people in creative ways.

If the reports are true, then this may be the most brutal form of execution that ISIS has utilized yet. Previously, ISIS has executed people by means of publically beheading them, drowning them, throwing (alleged homosexuals) off of high buildings, running people over with tanks, and burning people alive (like the four accused Shi’i spies and the downed Jordanian pilot, Muath Al-Kassasbeh).

The amount of large-scale evil that ISIS and other Islamist groups are perpetrating seems to be unprecedented since the atrocities of World War II.  Islamist groups that want to shove their religion down other peoples’ throats at the point of a blade need to be stopped. Educate yourself and join the counter jihad movement.



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