10-year-old boy kill ‘Russian spies’ in latest ISIS execution video

10-year-old boy kill ‘Russian spies’ in latest ISIS execution video
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group released its latest propaganda video which purports to show the execution of two men by a 10-year-old boy.

The terrorist group’s propaganda outlet al-Hayet Media released the video showing the two men confessing they are agents of the Russian intelligence.

Titled “Uncovering an enemy within”, the terror group claims the two men were offered money to “Uncovering an enemy within”.

The boy who appears to be around 10-year-old appears to shoot the men who are on their knees in a dessert before a militant.

According to reports, the same child has appeared in previous videos released by the terror group in the past.

The video was released a day after another video was published showing a 14-year-old boy carrying out a suicide attack in Salahuddin province of Iran.

This comes as the terror group released a guide for mothers in mid December last year on how to raise a jihadi baby.

The guide, titled “Sister’s Role in Jihad”, recommends showing children jihadi websites, reading tales of jihad at bedtime, and encourages sports such as darts to improve their aim.

Indoctrinating children with the militant group’s values is the most important way women can contribute, the guide says, urging the mothers not to wait until their children are seven to start, insisting that it may be too late by then.


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