ISIS eats human heart, crushes people to death

 
ISIS eats human heart, crushes people to death
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ISIS constantly comes up with more horrific forms of execution. An ISIS terrorist cut out the heart of a man and ate it. Sources say that man was still alive when the cannibalistic "meal" was eaten. In addition ISIS drove over and crushed seven men with a bulldozer, in yet another display of evil execution methods.

ISIS cut out a man’s heart and ate it while he was still alive, as well as executing seven people it accused of spying for the regime with a bulldozer, according to the Clarion Project.

Sources in the Kirkuk province who requested anonymity spoke to Al Sumariya News on Sunday relating the latest horrors perpetrated by Islamic State (ISIS).

“Islamic State [ISIS/ISIL] used a bulldozer to execute seven people that were charged with contacting government forces. The bulldozer ran them over while they were alive. Among the people who were executed were people who belonged to the Iraqi security forces,” the source said.

READ: Mattis bombs ISIS to pieces on his first day

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