'Cubs of the Caliphate'
- Mouth-breathing children in the West sing politically correct songs about "We are the World" and play with their shiny toy phones.
- Meanwhile the Muslim "Cubs of the Caliphate" learn important execution skills that will help them as adult jihadis.
(London Daily Mail) - A chilling new video from ISIS shows a British boy and four other children executing prisoners in cold blood in Syria.
The grotesque nine-minute video is believed to have been recorded recently in the ISIS capital of Raqqa, in Syria, and shows the organisation is becoming even more brutal as it retreats into its heartland.
The video shows five boys - believed to be from Britain, Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia and Uzbekistan, wielding handguns and wearing the desert camouflage.
One of the youngsters makes a blood-curdling shriek in Arabic and slaps one of the terrified captives on his shaved head before they raise their guns and kill the five men, 'atheist' Kurdish fighters who were captured during a battle.
|The horrific video shows the boys, who are all aged |
around 12 or 13, executing prisoners with handguns.
The Sun reported the British boy was identified only as Abu Abdullah al-Britani. He is white, blue-eyed and aged around 12.
Abu means 'Son of' in Arabic, which suggests the boy may be the son of Abdullah al-Britani, a young British jihadist who married in Syria and was killed in a drone strike.
The Times says one of the boys says in Arabic: 'No one can save the Kurds even with the support of America, France, Britain, Germany, the devils in hell.'
He then calls for the takbir and the other boys shout in unison - Allahu Akbar (God is Great) before raising their pistols to the sky and shooting the prisoners. Their bodies are later shown with bullet wounds to the head.
The children copy five older jihadists who execute prisoners in orange jumpsuits and butcher them with knives.
The age of criminal responsibility in Britain is 10 so if the boy was captured and sent back to Britain to face justice he could be prosecuted for murder.
Dozens of British jihadists are believed to be fighting for ISIS in Syria and Iraq under the nom de guerre al-Britani, which simply means British in Arabic.