UK Daily Mail
March 2, 2015
Militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have released sickening footage of the murder of a man the terror group accused of working as a spy.
The video was filmed in Aleppo and shows a man believed to be named Ahmed Muhammad being led out to a forecourt by masked executioners, who then shoot him in the head multiple times at point blank range.
In a chilling sign of ISIS’ reach and influence, Muhammad is understood to have been accused of working as part of a secret spy network based in neighbouring NATO member state Turkey before his brutal filmed execution over the border in Syria.
Titled ‘A Lesson To Be Learned’, the three minute 40 second video has all the hallmarks of an official ISIS release – employing HD cameras, Hollywood-style sound and visual effects and slick editing and direction.
It also carries the logo of one of the group’s official Aleppo-based propaganda arms, Halab.
This article was posted: Monday, March 2, 2015 at 10:27 am