ISIS released a new 29 minute video purportedly shown execution of 21 Ethiopian Christians in Libya after being captured for professing the Christian faith.
The mass execution of these 21 Ethiopian Christians has now prompted fresh airstrikes in Libya with the intention of killing members of the ISIS militia group who could also possibly planning attacks in the West.
Libyan militants who are loyal to ISIS uploaded the video through a Twitter site affiliated to ISIS showing masked members of the Islamic State leading 21 Ethiopian Christians along the beach of Mediterranean Sea just before they beheaded them.The 29 minute video aimed at sending a message to “The Nations of the Cross” has been condemned by Nations across the globe.
Islamic State militants uploaded the video murdering 21 Ethiopian Christians over their faith. In the video, a masked fighter says all Christians must convert to Islam or pay a tax prescribed in the Quran.
Although the video has not yet been verified, killing of these Christians has spiked various condemnation as Egypt’s military continue with airstrikes in Libya.
ISIL controls major towns in Iraq and Syria. These extremists were recently driven out of Tikrit by Iraqi forces. Their loss in Tikrit was a big blow to the militia group who vowed to revenge in whichever way. The group further moved to Ramadi to occupy major towns and oil refinery.