Last week, following confirmation of 45 Iraqi’s burned alive by ISIS in Anbar Province, we heard about another event of even more staggering proportions. 150 Civilians in the Baghdadi District, all of them belong to Abu Ebaid tribe, and we have been seeking confirmation.
However, in the interim, it is now reported an additional 43 people are confirmed dead in yet another mass execution in the same area. This is all happening a few miles from al Assad Air Force where U.S. marines are currently stationed to assist the Iraqi military.
Two of the three reports now confirmed; if the second is confirmed that would mean more than 200 people burned alive by the savages of ISIS in the past week.
(Via Fox News) The jihadist group Islamic State, or IS, burned alive on Saturday 43 people kidnapped in the western Iraqi province of Anbar, a security official told Efe.
The IS militants caged their hostages, who were mostly police and members of the pro-government Sunni militias called Salvation Councils, then set them on fire.
The radical group kidnapped the victims more than a week ago in the Al Baghdadi area of Anbar province.
Last Feb. 17, the IS executed and burned more than 40 people in the same area, most of them members of the police and the Salvation Councils.
Anbar province is largely dominated by the jihadists, and Al Baghdadi was one of the few cities where the Iraqi government was still in control. (read more)