By The Right Scoop and Walid Shoebat
Last week, a video emerged showing ISIS jihadists beheading 12 men from rival groups, among them at least three from Jaysh al-Islam. The group Jaysh al-Islam then decided to take revenge against ISIS in this new video. Jaysh al-Islam fighters in the video say the ISIS forces are being executed in part as revenge for the deaths of at least three of the rebel group’s members who were beheaded by ISIS and since Islam demands that assaults are to be paid back with exactly the same types of assaults, ISIS then had to experience the same aggression. In other words, an eye for an eye and tooth for tooth. They must also use such techniques including similar quality of production, etc. This justification for such exact type of killings is in the Quran where it says:
[Fighting in] the sacred month is for [aggression committed in] the sacred month, and for [all] violations is legal retribution. So whoever has assaulted you, then assault him in the same way that he has assaulted you. And fear Allah and know that Allah is with those who fear Him. (Quran 2:194)
If anything, Islam proves that whoever kills by the sword will also die by the sword. The executioners who killed these ISIS terrorists even dressed in the orange jumpsuits, the very suits ISIS forces its victims to wear, while ISIS was forced to dress in their known color, the black jumpsuits.
The nearly 20-minute production mimicked exactly the same aspects of ISIS’s own execution videos, with similar sound effects and visuals.
Even the accusations had to be the same false accusations. The group accuses ISIS of being allied with President Bashar al-Assad’s regime against its fighters and those of other Islamist rebel groups which all knows is false.
The video includes starkly sectarian language, accusing ISIS of betraying Sunni Muslims and allying with Shiite Muslims and “Nusayris,” a derogatory terms for the Alawite sect to which Assad belongs.
And like ISIS productions, it also contains lengthy “confessions” from ISIS fighters who claim that they did not fight against the Syrian army while with ISIS.
The interrogations appear intended to show that ISIS has focused its fight on other opposition forces, rather than the Syrian government.
The last part of the video shows the 18 ISIS fighters in black, kneeling before Jaysh al-Islam executioners who shoot them in the head. The shots are filmed from multiple angles and include gruesome close-ups showing flying brains.
The Islamic State group emerged in Syria in 2013, when it sought to merge with Al-Qaeda’s local affiliate Al-Nusra Front.
But Al-Nusra refused, and ISIS has since been at odds with the group as well as Islamist and moderate rebels. In the area around Damascus, its forces have battled Jaysh al-Islam and other rebel organizations.
Watch the video below, but be warned, it is GRAPHIC AND BLOODY: