The ISIL Takfiri terrorists have released a new video purportedly showing the execution of 10 people, this time in new-color jumpsuits, on espionage charges in Iraq.
The video, released on Saturday, reportedly shows the blindfolded victims in blue jumpsuits in an unknown area north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, with 10 masked ISIL terrorists standing behind them.
The captives are then forced to kneel and shot dead by the terrorists.
According to the ISIL, a commander of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces, named Musa Abd Fayyaz Hassan Mohammadi, and the head of the municipal council of the town of al-Sada, Abd al-Majid Zaki Sulaiman al-Hayali were among the dead.
The militants have so far released several similar videos showing the execution of captives from different countries, including Egypt, the United States, Britain, and Japan. The hostages, including aid workers and journalists, were usually dressed in orange jumpsuits, reminiscent of the ones inmates wear in US terror prisons.
In a video released in February, the ISIL elements were seen apparently beheading 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians kidnapped in Libya.
Also in February, ISIL posted an online video showing a Jordanian pilot, captured by the militants when his plane came down in northern Syria during a mission against the terrorist group, being burned inside a cage.
ISIL commander killed
The footage surfaced as reports said a senior commander of the ISIL terror group was killed in Iraq’s district of al-Hawija in the northern province of Kirkuk.
Jordanian Abu Yaman al-Zarqawi, 55, was one of the most prominent leaders and trainers of the ISIL in Syria, who came to Iraq in June last year, Iraq’s khabaar.net quoted Abdul Karim Al-Muhanna, a local official in Hawija, as saying on Saturday.
According to Muhanna, Zarqawi was killed in a house explosion in the northern part of Hawija.
The Takfiris currently control parts of Iraq and neighboring Syria. They have carried out heinous crimes in the two countries, including mass executions and beheadings of people.
By Press TV