ISIS militants CRUCIFY 4 men before shooting them dead on busy street in sick pictures

The men can be seen wearing blindfolds and tied to poles while a gun is pointed at their heads in broad daylight in the Syrian capital of Raqqa.

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A man can be seen tied to a pole while an ISIS militant holds a gun to his head

ISIS militants crucified four men before shooting them in the middle of a busy street in sick new pictures.

The men can be seen wearing blindfolds and tied to poles while a gun is pointed at their heads in broad daylight in the Syrian capital of Raqqa.

The terror group has released the series of vile execution pictures after it suffered heavy losses in the north of the city.

The executions are believed to have taken place on April 2 in the capital, activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently reported.

One man hangs from the pole in the middle of a busy street in the Syrian capital of Raqqa

It comes after Islamic State fighters killed 15 of their own members in a mass execution over alleged ‘spying’ following the assassination of one of its terror chiefs.

Senior Islamic State terror boss Abu Hija al-Tunisi died in an air strike last week.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights it is the largest massacre the terror group has carried out on its own members.

The SOHR said the 15 military commanders were killed in countryside near Raqqa for ‘espionage and corruption on Earth’ and ‘impersonating al-Hisba (ISIS religious police) members’.

ISIS fighters tie a man to a pole in the series of horrifying images from Syria

Read more: Gruesome ISIS video aims to lure recruits by showing dead fighters ‘at peace with Allah’

Islamic State has been driven out of some of its key strongholds in Syria in recent weeks by Syrian and allied forces backed by air strikes.

The ancient city of Palmyra was recaptured by Syrian government forces this month.

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Russian troops have now arrived in the area to help the Syrian government clear mines left behind by fleeing ISIS terrorists.

Palmyra was under the control of ISIS for more than 10 months and recaptured by Assad troops on March 25.

President Bashar al-Assad told state TV the recapture showed the success of the army’s strategy in combating terrorism.

Read more: Russian forces arrive in Palmyra to clear ISIS booby traps

Meanwhile, RAF air strikes have killed more than 170 Islamic State fighters in seven days.

Experts claim the wave of attacks is the UK’s most fierce “punch” against the jihadis since bombing began.

Analysts arrived at the body count using footage from Typhoon and Tornado jets – but the Ministry of Defence refuses to give exact figures.

PALMYRA, SYRIA. MARCH 27, 2016. Ruins of the Monumental Arch destroyed by ISIS militants in Palmyra, a UNESCO world heritage site

The ancient city of Palmyra was recaptured by Syrian government forces this month

A number of key IS positions in northern Iraq were pounded with guided missiles while in eastern Syria, a Reaper drone took out a vehicle with a Hellfire missile. And Typhoons hit five targets near Mosul on March 25.

The campaign has been ramped up as fighters retreat.

A source said: “This is the biggest punch against IS that the RAF and SAS have delivered.”

source: Daily Mirror

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