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ISIS makes captured boys hone execution beheading dolls

The Islamic State terror group, banned in Russia, keeps crimping new members from around the world.

Recently the fighters have captured over 100 teenage boys of the Yazidi ethnic group, living in the North of Iraq. Being aware, that Yazidis represent a religious minority in Iraq, the fighters tried to indoctrinate children with their views of caliphate.

The boys were lined up in a row, and each one got a doll and a real knife.

Terrorists made them behead the dolls, and ordered to make several strikes.

One of the captives, 14-year-old Yahya, as they called him, managed to escape and talled about everything that was going on in the camp, 'they taught me how to hold the sword, and they told me how to hit. They told me it was the head of the infidels'.

The ISIS has been keeping destroying Iraqi settlements since 2014, murdering elder men, taking women into sexual slavery, and making their children join Islam and become jihadists.

Also read: USA and UK masterminded rise of ISIS in Iraq and Syria

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