In a recent report, ISIS has executed six its officers who tried to escape by torturing them to death with flamethrowers:
The Islamic State terror group has executed six of its leaders with a weapon that sprays out burning fuel in the Nineveh Province of northwestern Iraq, for allegedly trying to escape to Syria, according to reports.
“The six ISIS leaders were executed by their counterparts using flamethrower,” Iraqi News quoted Ismat Rajab, a Kurdistan Democratic Party official in Mosul, as saying. “They were executed as they tried to escape to Syria.” (quote)
In the Bible, Jesus admonished St. Peter when he was being taken away by the Roman soldiers and he attacked one of the Roman slaves, Malchus, that “those who live by the sword die by the sword.” This was in the context of a man seeking to defend God.
ISIS, on the other hand, is the opposite. It has spent its entire time blaspheming Christianity and murdering Christians in the most horrible and sick ways that are possible. Yet now, like with all evil, it has turned on itself, and is doing to its members what its members once did to others.
It is said that in hell there is no love, but all are alone and for themselves, and the only bond that is shared is a hatred for all that is good and holy. Yet that is what ISIS is, a reflection of hell on earth and what waits for those who reject the friendship of Christ and choose to persist in vice and evil.
The Last Judgment by Hans Memling