Video shows ISIS training boys from Asia to kill

From MailOnline

By Julian Robinson

These are the child assassins being trained at an ISIS terror camp to kill with machine guns almost as big as they are.

Footage shows boys from Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines firing Kalashnikov rifles and handguns at a camp in the terror group's stronghold of Hasakeh, northeastern Syria.

Under the watchful eye of adult extremists, the children step forward and fire their weapons and take part in physical training exercise.

The 15-minute propaganda video, called 'The Generation of the Epic Battles' is accompanied by hypnotic music and concludes with the youngsters burning their passports.

According to Vocativ, the video starts with an ISIS extremist called Abu Naser al-Indonisi calling the boys the sons of terror group's caliphate.

It includes footage of the children quoting the Koran and urging ISIS supporters to move to the 'land of Islam', insisting 'our path is jihad'.

Chillingly, the video also includes a threat made against Indonesia and Malaysia that they will 'never be able to defeat' ISIS fighters.

The video is accompanied by hypnotic music and concludes with the youngsters burning their passports. The children then dump their passports on the ground before one of their mentors sets them alight.

It comes a day after barbaric ISIS militants released footage purporting to show two French boys executing prisoners in a remote forest.

The video, released by ISIS's propaganda wing in an attempt to lure French nationals to its territory, is titled 'In the Footsteps of My Father'.

Two French-speaking boys are the focus of the video as it shows them training with weapons and given an education in the group's fanatical interpretation of Islam.

But it also purports to show them killing two men while the prisoners are kneeling with their heads bowed.

Both the youngsters appear to shoot the men at the end of the 14 minutes-long video, though the footage has been heavily edited.

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