ISIS CHILD soldiers in Syria play sickening ‘Hide and seek’ game

ISIS militants have posted a new video showing child soldiers being forced to carry out a sickening game of hide and seek in which they have to find and execute a prisoner inside an ancient castle.

Filmed in a remote part of Deir ezzor province in Syria, the sickening video shows six recruits running through an historic ruins searching for the hidden prisoners.

With their hands tied behind their back, the captives are forced to wait as the young children, who appear to be no older than eight, use a pistol to kill them at close range.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Too bad they can’t hunt down liberals who whine for them.

    • Justin St.Denis

      A campus jihadi attack might be just the antidote a civilizational doctor would recommend.

  • One of the building blocks of jihad.

    Where is CAIR of this?

    • mobuyus

      Supporting it that’s where.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Are you accusing CAIR of micro-aggressions or macro-aggressions against Western Civilization? I am trying to frame this for the average campus crawler’s ears to understand…….. 😉

  • FactsWillOut

    That’s because ISIS is smarter than us.
    We used to play cops and robbers and cowboys and Indians.
    Imagine if we were to start playing “Muslims and soldiers”, etc.

    Until a sea-change in western leadership and thinking occurs, all we can do is further tighten the wad into which we have tied our panties.

  • Nic

    They sure are an UGLY bunch of rants aren’t they?

    • mobuyus

      Everything about islam is ugly. If you tossed islam in a pond you’d be skimming ugly for years.

      • Justin St.Denis

        There’s more culture in a cup of yogurt than there is in 1500 years of islam.

        • Nic

          True dat!

  • Justin St.Denis

    ISIS’s on-site approach to “education” is – at core – virtually identical to what we know is taught daily in “Palestinian schools”. Progressives love ideology, but its implementation almost always makes them squeamish.