ISIS Murders Two Terrified Men By Locking Them In Building And Blowing It Up

Blast: The building -with two men inside - is levelled

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The harrowing footage - produced by the terror group's slick propaganda machine - shows the two clearly terrified men being interviewed before their horrifying death

 

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ISIS fiends have proudly released a sickening video showing two men being tied up in a building - which is then blown up.

The harrowing footage - produced by the terror group's slick propaganda machine - shows the two clearly terrified men being interviewed before their horrifying death.

The video, titled 'It does not benefit you to flee' was reportedly filmed on March 8 in Syria.

Islamic State may have released the video to discourage defectors and those living under their brutal regime from fleeing.

As the terror group loses territory to its opponents and cash due to air strikes on oil infrastructure, many of its fighters have deserted.

Victim: It appears this man's 'crime' was trying to escape the terror group

Savagery: One of the men who died in the harrowing footage

The slickly-produced video also features other harrowing executions and propaganda showing US president Barack Obama engulfed in flames.

ISIS has released a series of bloody execution videos - which even the bloodthirsty Taliban has blasted as extreme.

Their savage methods include drowning men in a cage in a swimming pool, strapping explosives to the heads of kneeling men connected by wires and burning hostages alive in cages.

Today it was reported that an ISIS commander described by spies as the terror group's 'Minister of War' is believed to have been killed in a US air strike in Syria.

American officials said Abu Omar al-Shishani, also known as Omar the Chechen, ranked among America's most wanted militants.

Born in 1986 in Georgia, which was then still part of the Soviet Union, the red-bearded Shishani had a reputation as a top military adviser to ISIS leader Omar the Chechen.

The strike itself involved multiple waves of manned and unmanned aircraft, targeting Shishani near the town of al-Shadadi in Syria, a US official said.

By Bradley Hayes 09/03/2016 10:34:00