Having been in business for over a year or more, ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, has proved itself to be the most savage, most barbaric terror group of our time.
So much so that the group has now carried out some of the most shocking mass executions, with chilling ethnic cleansing methods, during its takeover of massive areas of land in Syria and Iraq, among other countries in the Middle East.
The most recent atrocity to be carried out by ISIS is the mass beheadings of 21 Egyptian Christians in Libya, who were murdered in cold blood simply for being from the “wrong” religion.
Indeed, ISIS has shown the world just what real racism is all about as it continues to murder its enemies, often taking their wives and children as captive and selling them on the black market as sex slaves.
Obviously, as it’s ISIS we’re talking about here, there isn’t even a minimum age for the sex slaves, as its definition of Islam, which it sees as moral and even superior, allows a man to marry a girl as young as 9.
Recently, the Islamic terror group has upped the ante as far as atrocities are concerned, with the most recent example being the burning alive of a Jordanian pilot who had been shot down by the Islamic group.
The ISIS brutality checklist basically starts back in August 2014, even though it was carrying out atrocities before then, with the on-camera decapitation of U.S. freelance photo-journalist James Foley, who had been captured in northern Syria in November 2012.
Following that, another journalist, Steven Sotloff, was beheaded by ISIS on September 7, 2014.
Just a week later, the group beheaded British aid worker David Haines, who was seized in March 2013 while working for a Paris-based non-governmental organization.
On October 3, ISIS released a video showing the beheading of another British aid worker, Alan Henning, in Syria, in revenge for British strikes on ISIS positions in Iraq.
Sadly, the list continues and just seems to get worse.
Peter Kassig, 26, an American aid worker kidnapped in Syria, was murdered on November 16 as a warning to Washington, while in that same video, the gruesome simultaneous beheadings of around 15 men described as Syrian military personnel was also shown.
As 2015 commenced, ISIS seemed to step up the pace even more, as it killed Tunisian journalists Sofiene Chourabi and Nadhir Ktari in the first week of January.
By the last week of January, two ISIS videos were released, claiming to show the beheadings of Japan’s Haruna Yukawa and journalist Kenji Goto.
According to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, ISIS killed nearly 1,500 people, most of them civilians, between June and November of 2014.