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ISIS in Mosul hurl blindfolded prisoner off roof after accusing him of being gay

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This is the moment ISIS extremists in Mosul hurled a blindfolded man off a roof after accusing him of being gay. A fanatic can be seen reading out charges against the prisoner, a man in his late 20s or early 30s, who is then dragged to the top of a building in the besieged Iraqi city.

Shocking pictures then show him being pushed off the roof in front of a baying crowd below.

Shocking pictures have emerged showing the moment ISIS extremists in Mosul hurled a blindfolded man off a roof after accusing him of being gay. Further pictures show him being forced off the edge of the building while a final gruesome image shows his blood-soaked body on the ground below.

Jihadists take the blindfolded man to the top of a building ahead of the gruesome execution

Homosexuality is punishable by death under the terror group’s brutal rule. The corpses of those executed in this way are often then stoned by onlookers. In the most recent example, a jihadist can be seen reading out charges against the prisoner in front of a crowd.

Further pictures show him being forced off the edge of the building while a final gruesome image shows his blood-soaked body on the ground below. The execution happened despite Iraqi forces fighting their way into more districts of ISIS-held Mosul over the last 24 hours.

But advances in the city’s southeast were being slowed by the terror group’s use of civilians for cover, military officials said. The United Nations said civilian casualties had streamed into nearby hospitals in the last two weeks as fighting intensified in the jihadist group’s last major stronghold in Iraq.

Advances by elite forces in the city’s east and northeast have picked up speed in a new push since the turn of the year, and U.S.-backed forces have for the first time reached the Tigris river, which bisects the city.

‘They entered Hadba (district) today. There is a battle inside the city,’ Lt-Colonel Abbas al-Azawi, a spokesman for the Iraqi army’s 16th division, said.

Seizing control of Hadba, a large district, would likely take more than a day, and ISIS were deploying suicide bombers, he added. Recapturing Mosul after more than two years of ISIS rule would probably spell the end of the Iraqi side of the group’s self-declared caliphate, which spans areas of Iraq and Syria.

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ISIS fighter’s own head-cam films the dramatic moment he is blown to pieces

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Three ISIS jihadis filmed themselves being blown up by a Syrian tank. One fighter’s headcam caught the moment a round struck their armoured vehicle, ending their lives.

One fighter shouts: ‘Tank on the right side’, while another yells: ‘The tank, the tank, the tank is over there, over there, over there.’

As they lose sight of the tank, one fighter asks where it is before another jihadi replies: ‘Over there, the tank will bomb us.’ The fighters desperately plea for anti-tank units, shouting ‘follow us, follow us’ as one mans the gun on the top of the car.

There is then an enormous explosion as the jihadis get hit and wiped out.

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Russian Airstrikes Destroy Nusra Front Attacking Military Police in Idlib

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The Russian Defense Ministry has released a video of Russian airstrikes that helped to check the US-initiated offensive by al-Nusra terrorists in Syria’s Idlib de-escalation zone and break the militants’ siege of a Russian military police unit encircled in the area.

The footage shows armed vehicles being ripped apart by missiles raining down on them by Russian strike fighters and helicopter gunships just as the Syrian Army launched a massive counterattack forcing the jihadists into a retreat.

The al-Nusra Front terrorists used artillery, tanks and infantry fighting vehicles during their offensive to the north and northeast of the city of Hama in the Idlib de-escalation zone penetrating Syrian army defenses to a depth of some 12 kilometers (8 miles).

A statement by the Russian General Staff said that the militants’ attack was “initiated by US secret services to stop the successful advance of government troops to the east of Deir ez-Zor.”
The Americans deny the charges.

A 29-person strong Russian military police unit was encircled and repelled the terrorists’ attacks for several hours fighting alongside members of an allied local tribe until Russian Spetsnaz and Syrian Special Ops units, backed by the Su-25 strike fighters, came to the rescue breaking the enemy siege.

The terrorist offensive has largely been stopped, leaving 850 militants dead and 11 tanks, four armored vehicles and other military hardware completely destroyed.

The Syrian Army, supported by Russian warplanes, launched a counterattack and has almost completely reclaimed its positions in the Idlib de-escalation zone.

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