A chilling case for war: ISIS CHILD soldiers in Syria play sickening ‘Hide and seek’ game where they search ruins for helpless prisoners before shooting them in the head
- Child soldiers give a gun and balaklava and told to find the hidden prisoenr
- The prisoners cannot escape and are executed by the jihadi recruits
- They are shown being taught to recite the Koran and close combat skills
- One of the six endoctrinated child executors is a young Yazidi boy
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.
The children involved in the horrific attacks appear to come from as far as North Africa and Tajikistan.
One after the other, the recruits run up the hill where they meet their instructor at the entrance of the historic al-Rahba castle.
They are handed a balaklava and handgun before they are told to enter the labyrinth of corridors inside the ruin, where they must search for the hidden prisoner.
Inside the dimly lit site, the child soldiers runs around before they find their helpless captive and execute them from close range.
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