Five boys trained by ISIS killed five Kurdish men in a video that sent a terror message to the U.S., France, the U.K. and Germany. The children appear to be no older than ten years. During the 9-minute video, ISIS also threatens Sahawat soldiers and Shia Muslims. A British kid is believed to be in the video under the name of Abu Abdullah Al-Britani.

The video shows ISIS “cubs” executing five Kurdish fighters with handguns and wearing military suits. The images were reported by the Middle East Media Research Institute, which said the footage is titled “The Nations Uniting Against You.” The institute tracks terrorist groups’ communication in the Middle East.

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This is not the first time ISIS use children in their propaganda, where they kill the Islamic State enemies. But it is the first time it showed a mass execution carried out only by children, the “Cubs of the Caliphate.” Image credit: The Daily Mail.

The Daily Mail reports that ISIS has increased the use of children as part of their forces because it is speculated they are short on manpower. The Islamic State has been retreating from positions in Syria and Iraq, and they are gathering on its stronghold, around Raqqa, where apparently the video was shot.

The children are from different countries, according to their war name. Abu Al-Baraa al-Tunisi (the Tunisian) is the one in the middle and delivers a terror message while the other boys stand on his side, behind five grown-up men on their knees in orange suits.

Fox News reports that al-Tunisi says in the disgusting footage that what lies between him and his audience are days that make young men turn old. He continues and threatens the U.S., France, the U.K., and Germany.

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The speech is delivered in Arabic. Image credit: The Daily Mail.

There are direct addresses to President Obama and Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. The young boy warns ISIS enemies to prepare their coffins and to dig their graves because a fate similar to the men in the video is going to meet them.

One of the Kurdish fighters is forced to delivered a message to his troops and says Allah’s willing is to cut off their heads and purify the Earth of their filth.

Then, the five boys raised their guns to the air after they shout “Allah Akbar” before shooting the back of the head of the five Kurdish soldiers. The video shows their dead bodies and images of the aftermath of Allied bombings in the country.

The British kid that kills an ISIS prisoner on the recent video could be JoJo, “Mrs. Terror’s” son

The other children are tagged in the video as Yusuf al-Uzbaki (the Uzbek), Abu Fuad al-Kurdi (the Kurd), Abu Ishaq al-Masri (the Egyptian), and Abu Abdallah al-Britani, who could be British JoJo, the youngest son of Jihadi bride Sally Jones, best known as “Mrs. Terror.” ISIS terrorists frequently use a war name, and they include their homeland in it and the end of it.

Jones is British and fled her country with Junaid Hussain -a 21-year old computer hacker from Birmingham- after she turned to Islam. Hussain changed his name to al-Britani and was killed by and U.S. drone in August 2015. Mrs. Terror left her older son in the U.K.

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Abu Abdallah, the only white, blond boy in the video is believed to be JoJo because he was four years old when he traveled to Syria in 2012. Image credit: The Daily Mail.

Mrs. Terror, who is 47 years old, has used social media to spread her terror messages against the West. She has used aliases including Sakinah Hussain and Umm Hussain al-Britani. In her efforts to help ISIS she has tried to recruit teenage girls to Syria to become jihadi brides, just like her.

Jones is part of a list of most-wanted terrorists under sanction by the U.N., and now she is part of the U.S. list of “foreign terrorist fighters,” Express UK says.

Quilliam Foundation states that around 50 British-born boys are part of ISIS forces, although most of them are not white. In February, the terror group released a video of a British boy, allegedly, blowing up a car and killing three prisoners of the Islamic State.

Source: Fox News