Paranoia grips ISIS - starts executing own members

Paranoia grips ISIS - starts executing own members
The Islamic State (IS) has been killing its own fighters by the dozen – dissolving some in acid – as it tries to root out spies and informants the group believe are directing air strikes.

The Associated Press reported that in recent months Isis leadership had killed dozens of their own members, in the wake of a series of successful drone strikes on high-profile figures.

ISIS has displayed the bodies of some of those it believes to be spies in public spaces or used particularly violent and ostentatious methods of execution including dissolving some in acid, reportedly until their organs were destroyed.

Paranoia is being fuelled among the ranks of the militant group and now the use of mobile phones or the internet can be enough to fuel suspicion.

Rami Abdurrahman said a number of ISIS fighters had begun feeding information about the whereabouts of their leaders to outsiders because of a loss of wages flowing the Russian intervention in Syria.

The extremist group cut the wages of its fighters earlier in the year following air strikes on Isis oil facilities.

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