Welcome to Hell: ISIS hangs bodies at the entrance of Hawija in Iraq

Welcome to Hell: ISIS hang bodies at town entrance in latest brutal display
The bodies hang at the entrance to the town (Pictures: Liveleak)

The bodies of dead soldiers hanging from a metal frame show the latest ISIS public display of barbarity.

These images emerged on social media and show the men’s limp bodies suspended from their feet off a tall structure at the entrance to Hawija in Iraq

The notorious black flag used by Islamist groups like ISIS is displayed above them as horrified onlookers inspect the scene.

Abu Al-Rahman was seen posing with the bodies (Picture: Internet)
Abu Al-Rahman was seen posing with the bodies (Picture: Internet)

Some of the deceased men appear to be wearing military fatigues but it is not known if they were Iraqi soldiers.

The Iraqi government recently launched an offensive against ISIS in a bid to recapture territory lost to the brutal Islamists.

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In one of the pictures, an ISIS fighter believed to be Abu Al-Rahman poses triumphantly giving the one-fingered salute in front of a bloodied victim’s corpse.

He has been pictured before alongside severed heads and masked ISIS fighters.

Heads bowed in terror the orange-clad Kurdish fighters are paraded through streets filled with jeering militants in the latest horrifying video release from Islamic State. In a grim echo of the terrible fate which befell Jordanian pilot Lieutenant Muath al-Kaseasbeh the captives, reportedly Peshmerga fighters, are dressed in orange jumpsuits and shackled in cages.
Orange-clad Kurdish fighters are paraded (Picture: Facebook)

A shocking video released in February showed orange-clad Kurdish captives being paraded in cages in the same city of Hawija.

Frenzied crowds taunted the men who are feared to have suffered the terrible death suffered by captured Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh.

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7 March 2015 | 2:07 pm – Source: metro.co.uk

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