ISIS Cheer World Cup With Decapitated Head as “Football” (Warning: Graphic Image)

The ISIS tweeted out a photo of one of their victims saying:
“This is our football, it’s made of skin #World Cup”

The Twitter account has been shut down since posting these photos of a beheaded police chief in Iraq.
soccer ball head

The Islamists also claim to have executed 1,700 Shia soldiers on their push to the capital.
The Daily Mail reported:

Blood-thirsty jihadists are carrying out summary executions on civilians, Iraqi soldiers and police officers – including 17 in one street alone – on their warpath to Baghdad, the UN said today.

As a shocking picture of the ISIS insurgency continues to develop, the Islamist group are posting barbaric videos online with the intent of showing the world they will stop at nothing to achieve their end game.

In one, which is too graphic to publish, fighters are seen knocking on the door of a Sunni police major in the dead of night.

When he answers, they blindfold and cuff him. Then they carve off his head with a knife in his own bedroom as sweetly lilting religious hymns are played over the top.

An image of the officer’s decapitated head was tweeted with the sickening message: ‘This is our ball. It is made of skin #WorldCup’. ISIS also claims to have executed 1,700 Shia soldiers on their push for the capital.

Although this figure has not been verified, the UN today warned that hundreds of people are likely to have been killed by the fanatics since the uprising.

The terrorists claim to have murdered 1,700 Shia.


UPDATE: ISIS shoot innocent civilians for sport while driving down the highway.

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