Syrian fighters teach ISIS captives mercy in the most unexpected way [Video]

In this new 'execution' video, Syrian fighter's lead captives from the terrorist sect, ISIS, down a dirt road, with the prisoners wearing prison overall's.

Shamiya front release Muslims are not criminals

A new video showing ISIS captives kneeling in a very familiar position, such as they have subjected most of their captives to, has gone viral after the outcome turns out to be nothing anyone would have expected.

The members of the al-Shamiyya Front (a coalition of northern Aleppo-based rebel factions) then force the prisoners to their knees in a line up for execution, as the fighters stand behind each prisoner with a pistol aimed at the back of their heads.

Being used this sort of video, breaths were held, waiting for the gunshots that were sure to ring out, killing the captives as they should have deserved.


In a move that was both shocking and touching, a message flashes on the screen, reading:

“Muslims are not criminals.”

Shockingly, the fighters holster their pistols, and walk away, while another rebel dressed in a white jalabiya, steps forward and begins to lecture the prisoners on justice, showing the terror group mercy, in a way they have always denied the people they have slaughtered.

Sheikh Mohammed Khatib, President of the Sharia Office of al-Shamiyya, Syria added:

"To the champions of our revolution and the hope of our people, justice will guide us, Islam needs us. We have allowed you a way out... we do not seek any fame.


"If you desire to execute us, here are our swords, such executions will only consolidate our faith.Kindness is the premise of our lives"

In one of the most moving videos seen in recent time, this 'execution' video is set to melt hearts and to drive home the message that Muslims are not criminals.

This video was released on the heels of Presidential candidate, Donald Trump'santi-Muslim proposal which has inevitably led to the movement on most social mediums.


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