From time to time one is reminded of the horrors that jihadists can bring themselves to do against other humans. Although they are run out of Aleppo, they take the time to show their monstrous murder methods.
But it is not enough to kill people in the cruelest of ways, they must also be humiliated. In the new video that ISIS has posted, two Turkish prisoners climb out of their cages like those dogs, which they are according to the jihadists.
In a clear message to Erdogan, a voice says: "You burned the Muslims, O Government of Turkey. So this will be your fate with the permission of Allah. "
Turkey closed access to social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube after news of the video became known, in an attempt to prevent the Turks from seeing the gruesome 19-minute video.
Turkey also closed access to social media to prevent the spread of the video where the Russian ambassador was shot.
The risk that Turkey is drawn into a jihad war is imminent in terms of how many refugees the country has received from Syria, and how many jihadists who came alongside them.
The Turks are not particularly enthusiastic about the idea of Sharia law though. Only 12% said that Sharia law was wanted when they were asked in 2013. In contrast, 74% of Muslims in Egypt said that they would like sharia.
Last Wednesday, 16 Turkish soldiers were killed by suicide bombers in Syria. Turkey can most likely expect many terrorist attacks in the future.
Now Turkey is in the situation of fighting against IS and Kurdish PKK, who also fight against IS, in what resembles a Mexican standoff.
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