Inhumanity continues with new video of ISIS burning 4 Shia

ISIS accused the men of spying against ISIS and not being loyal to the so-called Islamic state. The video is not the first of its kind, nor will it be the last.


WASHINGTON, Sept. 4, 2015 — ISIS, arguably the most violent terror group in the world, has again released video of brutal killings of Shia Muslims.

In the five-minute video released on Sunday, four Shia Muslims are interviewed one by one. They are told to introduce themselves, state the Iraqi tribe they belong to, and declare that they are members of a militia that defends Iraq from ISIS.

ISIS accused the men of spying and of disloyalty to the so-called Islamic state.

The video is not the first of its kind, nor will it be the last. Social media and independent news agencies have released videos of men, women and children of different faiths and backgrounds being held in cages and executed in brutal ways by ISIS.

Not long ago, a video showed ISIS drowning eight men in a cage in a swimming pool. Days later, another video showed ISIS burning Syrian women and children alive in a cage.

ISIS continues to violate all articles of UN declaration of Human Rights, but neither the United Nations nor international committees have taken serious action to defeat them.

Air strikes launched by the international coalition seem not to have weakened ISIS.

ISIS has used Turkish borders to transfer many of their fighters, recruited from the U.S. and Europe, but Turkish intelligence has stopped only one or two of them.

We are living in the world of intelligence and technology, yet we could not stop ISIS from recruiting or from using social media to promote their inhumane ideology and preaching to young and uneducated people all around the world.

Warning: Disturbing video follows.

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Mustafa Akhwand
Mustafa is a Human Rights activist and the founder of Shia Rights Watch. He has been awarded by Human Rights Education Associates for his work on Minority Rights. He is a programmer and developer who dedicated his professional and academic life to protecting minorities and writing about their oppression. Due to his work and background in the Middle East, he has gained a great deal of knowledge and experience in the region and in working to prevent extremism and violence against all minorities. As a Shia Muslim, his main concern is in the oppression of Shia Muslims with respect to the rights of minorities. Follow @MAkhwand