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HORRIFIC: 13 Teenagers Executed By ISIS Terrorists For Innocently Watching Soccer Match

January 20, 2015  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
HORRIFIC: 13 Teenagers Executed By ISIS Terrorists For Innocently Watching Soccer Match

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As Michael Moore and Seth Rogen blast the film American Sniper, comparing it to NAZI propaganda and labeling American soldiers who put their lives on the line for freedom as cowards.

True examples of cowardice and acts of barbarism surface that truly can be compared to the acts of genocide committed by Nazi Germany.

Islamic State militants executed 13 teenage boys for watching the Asian Cup soccer match between Iraq and Jordan last week.

The young football fans, youngest reported to be 13 years-old, were caught watching the soccer game on television in the ISIS controlled city of Mosul.

The teenagers were arrested and cruelly executed by a firing squad using machine guns in public.

‘The bodies remained lying in the open and their parents were unable to withdraw them for fear of murder by terrorist organisation,’ reported by Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently which is an anti ISIS group, on their website.

Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently is a small activist group which details the horrific violence and oppression ISIS has inflicted on their city and cities across Iraq and Syria.

According to the group, the crimes the teenagers were found guilty of breaking Sharia law by watching a harmless football or soccer match as we call it in the states.

Their so-called crimes was were announced out loud on a loudspeaker before they were brutally executed.

The news of the barbaric act follows a video released by ISIS showing two men being thrown off the top of a tower in Mosul.

The men were accused of engaging in homosexual acts and their crimes against their radical form of Sharia Law were announced by a masked Islamic State militant using a small handheld radio.

The Iraq-Jordan Asian Cup game, saw Iraq win 1-0.

For 13 teens executed for cheering on their countrymen, it is a stark reminder of the evil that exists in the world

So while the Hollywood elites slander our brave soldiers, they remain silent over true acts of brutality committed by the REAL bad guys.

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