پنجشنبه 28 آوریل 2016 | 877 views
A series of photographs taken from “first-person shooter game”-angles show the public executions of two men, entitled ‘Harvest of the Spies’, in Raqqa, Syria.
The photographs show the two men being condemned to crucifixion, before being shot and killed in front of a large crowd, including dozens of women and children.
The series of images was released on Wednesday via ISIS’s (Islamic State, ISIL, IS, Daesh) own propaganda channel ‘Wilayat ar-Raqqah’, meaning Province of Raqqa.
The alleged spies is then shot at close range by a terrorists with a camera mounted on the chest of the executioner, an angle seen in so called first person shooter video games.
The man’s dead body is then seen with a message in Arabic written on a large piece of paper, allegedly warning others of committing the same ‘crime’.
“This type of public execution of men accused of being ‘spies’ has become common during the terrorist group’s brutal reign in its self-declared ‘caliphate’ in Syria and Iraq.“
Also common have been the professionally produced images and videos of the executions, which are then cabled out across the globe through ISIS’s own channels and social media accounts.