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6/16/2014  · Manustatud video  · ISIS militant posts new execution video CNN... An ISIS fighter posted videos depicting the interrogation of captured men and later an execution .

ISIS has released a video from Wilayat Ninaw, Iraq titled “But If You Return, We Will Return 3“. Video features three sets of executions of alleged Iraqi spies carried out in the province of Nineveh. First group of 8 prisoners is beheaded with a large sword (complete with slow-mo action), second group features 6 prisoners … Continue reading “Three Sets of Executions Witnessed or Taken Part In by ISIS Child Soldiers”

ISIS has released a video from Aleppo, Syria titled “So Take Warning“. Video features a spy referred to as “rafidi” being tied up to a pole and shot with an M2 .50 caliber machine gun. The soldier operating the gun is a horrible shot and only manages to wound the prisoner’s leg, so they end … Continue reading “ISIS Shooter Fails to Execute Spy with Machine Gun, Beheads Him Instead”

ISIS has released a video depicting mass execution of multiple young men in a slaughterhouse. The victims had their throats slashed like cattle, then got hosed down with water, and hoisted head down from hooks – exactly the way live stock would be mass slaughtered there. I couldn’t help but notice that every victim of … Continue reading “Multiple Men Beheaded Like Cattle and Hoisted from Hooks in Slaughterhouse by ISIS”

A video apparently filmed by a potato shows Syrian rebels beheading a captured SAA soldier. They ask him if he has any last words. He asks for water. They behead him. Props to Best Gore member @refuse2renig for the video:

Members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) carried out public execution of a Christian man on a street in Iraq. The victim, dressed in a white robe, was shot in the top of his head at point blank range, and collapsed on the floor as blood sprayed out of his skull. Props … Continue reading “Christian Man Executed by ISIS on Street in Iraq”

New ISIS video was released last night from Saladin, Iraq, and is titled “The Flame of Sacrifice 2“. The video features the execution of multiple “sahwat” men in pre-dug graves with pistols. Sahwat has a few Arabic definitions, but in jihadist terminology it is a derogatory term for fellow Sunnis, who fight against their jihadist … Continue reading “ISIS Video Featuring Execution of Sahwat Men in Pre-Dug Graves”

ISIS has released a video footage from Wilayat ar-Raqqa, Syria, titled “The Nations Will Gather Against You“. The video shows the ongoing damage and deaths suffered by civilian Syrians from coalition airstrikes. During the course of the video, three groups men are executed. First by ISIS mujaheddin, second by child soldiers, and third by elders. … Continue reading “Three Groups of Men Executed by ISIS Mujaheddin, Child Soldiers and Elders”

New ISIS video titled “Battle to Avenge the Arrest of Muhajirat Sisters” was released today from Wilayat Khorasan, Afghanistan. The title is in reference to two Pakistani women who were arrested in May for attempting to transfer classified documents to ISIS. The video features the executions of 8 men sitting in a circle who are … Continue reading “ISIS in Afghanistan Executes 8 Alleged Apostates Plus a Cross Dresser”

A Syrian child was captured and beheaded by moderates in Handarat area, Aleppo, Syria. It is not clear at this time which group decapitated the boy, but whereas there is no ISIS in this area, it was either the FSA, or Al Nusra Front – at the end of the day, though, whatever the group … Continue reading “Child Beheaded on Truck Bed by Moderates in Aleppo, Syria”

ISIS has released a video from Kirkuk in Iraq titled “Harvest of the Years“. The 12 minutes long video contains a lot of ISIS propaganda, which nobody seems too keen on watching whole, especially since it’s narrated in Arabic, so I trimmed the video to exclude the boring parts and and only show the part … Continue reading “ISIS Video Shows Mass Executions of Shiite Muslims in Kirkuk, Iraq”

I have but one thing to say about this: Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable. ~ John F. Kennedy Absolute motherfucking FUCK YEAH! The street gang known as the police has mass murdered so many innocent citizens, it was only a question of time before the citizen got fed up. … Continue reading “Trained Gunman Kills Cop Up Close in Dallas, Texas”

In Falcon Heights, Minnesota, police shot a driver after puling him over in a traffic stop, and then let him bleed to death. His girlfriend, who was on the passenger seat, live streamed the last moments of his life on Facebook. The woman, who according to her Facebook profile is named Lavish Reynolds, narrates what … Continue reading “Falcon Heights Police Shoot Driver and Let Him Bleed to Death”

A different angle video of Alton Sterling’s murder has leaked, and this one leaves no doubt that the victim did not have any gun in his hands. I like how the cop screams for the camera “Get on the ground” – the guy’s been pinned on the ground the whole time, and when the cop … Continue reading “Second Video of Alton Sterling’s Murder by Baton Rouge Police”

In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the cops shot and killed a man while he was pinned on the ground. 37 year old Alton Sterling, who sold CDs for a living, was shot at point blank range on the morning of Tuesday, July 5, 2016 outside a convenience store on North Foster Drive. According to Baton Rouge … Continue reading “Baton Rouge Cops Execute Alton Sterling While He Was Pinned on Ground”

Former Brazilian police officer, who was involved with the militia (whatever that means) and ran for a councilor was assassinated in front of his home in the Duque de Caxias area of Baixada Fluminense, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Images from a security camera show the moment the would be politician gets into … Continue reading “Former Policeman Assassinated in Front of His Home in Baixada Fluminense”

New ISIS video titled “Khorasan: The Graveyard of Murtadeen 2” was filmed in Wilayat Khorasan – an ISIS controlled province that includes areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. ISIS first popped up in the region in January 2015. Since then, they have been at war with the ANA, the Taliban, and al-Qaeda. The original video featured … Continue reading “Three Men Executed by ISIS in Afghanistan, Two by Child Soldiers”

'A truly shocking and heartrending video, but maybe it's the only way to wake the world up to whats happening. Awareness is the first step in ending atrocities.'   Chris Crowstaff, founder of Safe World.

"A truly shocking and heartrending video, but maybe it's the only way to wake the world up to whats happening.
Awareness is the first step in ending atrocities." 
Christine Crowstaff,  founder of Safe World.

 'I am appalled by the images of the public execution today in Iran of Alireza Molla-Soltani.
'He was only a 17-year-old boy and to be subjected to one of the worst forms of execution, suspension strangulation, is abhorrent.
'This form of punishment has no place in the modern world.  Iran’s own President Ahmadinejad has previously declared that Iran does not execute children under 18 years of age.
'To do so contravenes the international obligations Iran has signed up to.
'I call again on the Iranian authorities to end these inhumane practices.'
UK Foreign Office Minister,  Alistair Burt

'Executing juvenile offenders is strictly forbidden under international treaties that Iran has signed up to.'
Amnesty deputy director for the Middle East and North Africa, Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui.

UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Christof Heyns;
UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ahmed Shaheed;
UN Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, Gabriela Knaul;
UN Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, Juan Méndez.

I won't watch the video of James Foley's beheading because I'm scared of it. This is, I realize, the very reason so many people actually want to watch it: to morbidly test their own capacity to witness an authentic horror. Which means the video is essentially being treated as a form of entertainment — which is disgusting.

Unless you're in the business of analyzing the footage to identify the executioner, there's no good reason to watch it. That said, the debate on whether or not media platforms should ban the content is somewhat misconceived. Above all, we should be careful not to confuse the personal (and collective) ethics of whether to watch such a video with the business of banning it.

YouTube took the video down and Twitter's CEO stated Wednesday that the site is "actively suspending accounts" of users posting gruesome images of Foley's last moments. London's Metropolitan Police issued a statement that downloading or even viewing the video could constitute a terrorism offense. Meanwhile, the New York Post ran a graphic image of the knife being applied to Foley's throat on its cover.

A prevalent argument for banning the video is that it is the dissemination of Islamic State propaganda — it abets their terrorism, and is the very reason the video exists. Militants murdered Foley to produce footage that would circulate and terrorize. For this reason, the video's content is arguably different from other content showing violent deaths.

But a question of truth doesn't separate imagery of Foley's beheading from, say, an image of Gaza's young, innocent dead . Both reveal horrifying truths. There are also political consequences to displaying and viewing either. I support the political work done by highlighting, with visceral force, Israel's murder of Palestinian children. I don't support the spread of Islamic State terror.

Therein lies the rub: I make those choices. This isn't about my choices as a professional, but as a member of the media. If you're reading this, you're also a member of the media (you just might not get paid for it). A vast audience constantly mediates online content, with everyone projecting their own particular variety of politics and ethics on whatever they browse.

As a number of commentators have noted, the social media site is already lousy with Islamic State content. Images from executions of Syrians have not prompted censorship, betraying the undeniable double standard with which the Western media treats deaths abroad. Consequently, showing a Western journalist's execution instead of that of a Syrian civilian produces a different political effect. This is as true as it is racist. Islamic State militants counted on this when they beheaded Foley on film and directed it to the United States, with the threat of killing another US reporter next.

Nonetheless, Twitter cannot exempt itself from serving the Islamic State PR machine with an attempt to stymie the spread of graphic content from Foley's execution video. I'm not remotely suggesting that Twitter doesn't want to cleanse its streams of this sort of terror. I'm simply suggesting that it can't, none of us can — because it is inescapable. In merely discussing the Islamic State and its tactics, it's nearly impossible to avoid evoking the terror that its extremists want to impart to "infidels."

The apparent killing is carried out in a field as a community watches from a hilltop. Police are shown escorting the placard-wearing prisoner to a small clearing. With the condemned man on his knees, an officer approaches him from behind and appears to shoot him.

According to, the person who posted the clip on microblogging site Sina on Monday wrote that the shooting took place in Guizhou province in November. However, the user did not provide additional details.

The discourse and the footage continued Thursday night without obvious government interference, which raises questions about the video's authenticity. (After all, China's state-run media recently published photos from a fetish-porn movie and reported it was a real execution by lethal injection.)

However, the Wall Street Journal confirmed that the villagers heard in the video were speaking a dialect used in the region. The outlet used the unverified footage as a jumping-off point into a story on the nation's capital punishment practices, which human rights advocates consider the world's most aggressive, according to the report.

The two most popular comments on Sina represent both sides of the argument, the Journal notes: One cried for readers to respect human rights and oppose the death penalty, while the other said criminals' victims probably suffer more than they do.





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