ISIS Burns It’s Fighters Alive for Retreating

Reports shows that ISIS killed its fighters after losing Ramadi

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has burned owned fighters alive in its stronghold of Mosul for retreating and letting government forces recapture Ramadi of Anbar province

Local sources report a group of fighters were made to form a circle before they were burned alive.


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