ISIS burns 2 Turkish servicemen alive, releases gruesome video (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)
ISIS terrorists have released a video which purportedly shows two captured Turkish soldiers being burned alive in Aleppo province, Syria.
Jihadists filmed their new barbaric crime: the Turkish servicemen were captured near Ad-Dana village, to the West of Al-Bab in Aleppo province.
One of the killed was 26 y.o. Fethi Shahin from Konya, the other was 21 y.o. Sefter Teshem.
Jihadists said it was a revenge for Ankara’s involvement in a "war against Muslims". The video titled “The Cross Shield” shows two men alleged to be Turkish servicemen being burned alive somewhere in the countryside. The servicemen are shown chained in cages. Terrorists then lead them on all fours to their execution site, while the executioner refers to them as “dogs”.
The two men are heard presenting themselves off camera as members of Turkish Gendarmerie Intelligence Organization, a controversial agency. However, on camera, the men simply urge Turks to stop “fighting Muslims.”
The executioner accuses the Turkish government and President Erdogan of “burning Muslims” before setting the prisoners on fire until they burn to death. The video appears to have been an impressively staged production, shot from several angles in high-definition and high-speed cameras, and sound tracked with religious songs. The authenticity of the video could not be independently verified.
The video itself is not being shared for ethical reasons.
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