ISIS Releases New Photos Showing Mass Crucifixions, Beheadings And Cruel Executions

By Walid and Theodore Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)

The Sheitat Tribe has a long, decorated history of fighting in Syria; many on the ground in the east see them as the last remaining barrier to ISIS domination of Deir Ezzor, which with its numerous oil fields is a key prize for the ISIS.

This week’s fighting was reportedly triggered by ISIS’s detention of three Sheitat tribesmen, violating the agreement made between the two sides, in which the Shaitat said it would not oppose ISIS in return for the extremists agreeing to not attack its members. was able to obtain footage of what the ISIS does to captured tribesmen of the Sheitat showing the horrific end of about 100 captives with crucifixions, beheadings and shooting:

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While the world has been focused on supposed atrocities committed by Israel in Gaza, the Islamist force has been extending its self-styled caliphate and consolidating its previous gains spreading carnage throughout Syria and Iraq and what captured is not the only atrocity committed by this Caliphate regime in the last weeks. In the early hours of 24 July a Saudi volunteer belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) drove a car packed with explosives towards the perimeter wall of a base manned by 300 soldiers of the 17th Division of the Syrian army near the city of Raqqa in north-east Syria.

As the Saudi raced at high speed towards the wall he was given covering fire by a barrage of artillery shells and rockets, but he did not quite make it. His car was hit by Syrian army fire and blew up with an explosion that shook buildings miles away in Raqqa city.

The plan had been for 40 Isis fighters to burst through a breach in the perimeter wall made by the suicide bomber. A further 600 Isis fighters were to follow up the first assault, if it made headway.

A second Saudi suicide bomber in a truck drove towards the base, but his explosives also detonated prematurely when hit by Syrian fire.

Even so, the Syrian army detachment appears to have been too small to defend the base and 50 of them were ambushed and killed as they pulled back. A Twitter account linked to Isis later showed horrific pictures of the heads of decapitated soldiers stuck on the spikes of what looks like a gate.


The victories of Isis, which has taken over much of eastern Syria in the last three weeks, have established its position as the dominant force among the Syrian rebels. It has driven the al-Qa’ida affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra out of the oil province of Deir Ezzor and other groups are disintegrating as their fighters defect to Isis, attracted by its astonishing victories in Syria and Iraq since the fall of Mosul on 10 June.

Soldiers of the Iraqi army, helped by tribal forces and volunteers, have been engaged in heavy fighting with the ISIS on different fronts and have so far been able to push back ISIS in several areas.

Following the Iraqi armed opposition’s seizure of Mosul on June 10, and the subsequent capture of large areas of Ninewah, Salah al-Din and Ta’mim governorates, several Iraqi organizations have proclaimed their role in the fighting.

Emerging as one of the most powerful opposition groups in the rebel offensive is the General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries (GMCIR) and its affiliated tribal militias, organized as the Military Council of Iraqi Tribal Revolutionaries. GMCIR members state that the organization has existed since the summer of 2013, but announced its existence in January 2014, in order to respond militarily against Iraqi security forces for firing on Sunni demonstrators in Anbar governorate.

The GMCIR’s relationship with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) is also a controversial subject. Its members admit to an operational relationship with ISIS, particularly in Anbar, Ninewah and Salah al-Din governorates.

Word is trickling out of Mosul that Iraqis are starting to chafe under the heavy-handed rule of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. There is much anger against ISIS for destroying a shrine to the biblical prophet Jonah. Residents actually gathered around Mosul’s ancient leaning minaret to prevent its destruction too.

In Mosul its blowing up of the Sunni mosque above the Tomb of Jonah, as well as the destruction of at least 30 other Sunni and Shia shrines, has dismayed local inhabitants.

Songs are coming out calling for tribalism in Iraq. “My voice thunders and let Dai’sh (ISIS) hear. Where are you … I am the son of freedom holding on to my jealousy …”:

Islam is a war against nationalism. It came to destroy the structure that God ordained us under different tribes and nations.

What we see in Syria and Iraq is the embryo of the Antichrist, which is composed of mixed nationalities and multitudes that fight anyone who refuses to fully cleave into one Islamic Nation. It’s the war between God and Satan in which God keeps us distinct through ethnicity while the devil wants to combine us as one to be easily ruled.

The concept is alluded to in Daniel 2:41 which points to the nature of the two materials (Iron and Clay) as being partly weak and partly strong. While it is correct to interpret this verse as an extension of the Greco-Roman Empires, it is also true that verse 43 has another layer and is rarely addressed in full:

“And in that you saw the iron mixed with common clay, they will combine with one another in the seed of men; but they will not adhere to one another, even as iron does not combine with pottery.”

To understand this layer regarding the meaning of this riddle in this verse something needs to be noted; the underlined words “mixed” and “combine” are actually the same words translated differently from the Aramaic “la Muta’arreb” which also literally means, “does not Arabize.”

Such understanding is not mine alone—Ibin Ezra, one of the foremost respected Jewish writers, supported it: “Ibn Ezra is of the opinion that the Greek Kingdom represented by the leopard includes the Roman Empire, for ethnically the Romans were related to the Greeks. The Kittim, identified as descendants of the Romans were related to the Yavan (Greece)… The fourth animal then represents the rule of the Arabs.”

Indeed, the beast is a Roman revival, but which part is the question? It’s the Greco-Roman, Byzantium (Turkey) and not Rome Italy.

Through God’s providence, Islam failed to unify the globe and recreate Babel in which everyone fully adheres to the Arabization process of Islam. In the end, Christ will conquer it and establish his Kingdom forever. Amen.


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Rabbi Saadiah Gaon [believes that] the fourth animal in the vision includes both the Roman and the Arab empires.” 11 “Ibn Ezra is troubled by the absence of the kingdom of Ishmael, viz. the Arabs and the Turks, who were very powerful in his time. He therefore concludes that the… fourth kingdom is the kingdom of Ishmael. Mezudath David follows this view.” In the original language of much of the Book of Daniel. The word is actually “Arab.” Strong’s Concordance confirms this word “Mu-Arab” is to Arabize, And thus this passage can read: “And just as you saw the iron mixed with baked clay, so the people will be mixed (Arabized) with the seed of men (through intermarriage) and will not remain united, any more than iron does not mix with clay.” Arab {ar-ab’}; from ‘`arab’ (6150) in the figurative sense of sterility; Arab (i.e. Arabia), a country East of Palestine: –Arabia.” “or mereb (1 Kings 10:15), (with the article prefix), {eh’-reb}; from ‘`arab’ (6148); the web (or transverse threads of cloth); also a mixture, (or mongrel race):–Arabia, mingled people, mixed (multitude), woof.” Also see, The Book of Daniel, A New Translation with Rabbinic Commentary Anthologized from Talmudic, Midrashic and Rabbinic Sources, Rabbis Nosson Scherman and Meir Zlotowitz (Mesorah, Brooklyn, 1979) , p 199. Also see The Books of Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah: A New Translation of the Text, Rashi And A Commentary Digest Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg (Judaicia New York, 2000), p22*