New photographs reveal some of the torture devices the Islamic State group has been using to make its prisoners’ lives a living hell in the past several years.
According to the U.K. Sun, the terrorists released new pictures that show a horrifying, bone-cracking instrument the Islamic State will use to torture its victims.
The device, called a “Flying Carpet,” is a simple wooden metal or wooden board with hinges in the middle. However, once the victims are strapped to the device, the ends are brought together, thus breaking the spine of the hostage.
The dissident group “Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently” revealed the pictures of the device and explained exactly how the torture instrument was used.
The group also spoke of other forms of torture used by the Islamic State group. One method, called the “shabeh” or “ghost,” is when a prisoner is hung by his hands above the floor for days at a time. Eventually, the prisoner will slowly and painfully dislocate his joints.
Other forms of torture include electric shock, drowning and psychological torture.
Take a look at these pictures of the ISIS torture devices. The mainstream media certainly won’t show this, a device called a “Biter,” which rips skin from its victims:
This “Flying Carpet” is pictured in 2013 in an Islamic State group prison in Raqqa, Syria.
It is indisputable that any Islamic State group prisoner endures the worst experiences and indescribable pain.
According to the Sun, one escaped Islamic State group prisoner spoke of his time in a terrorist prison.
“The ISIS prison wardens would speak continuously of the coming retribution,” he said. “ISIS men would enter, place knives on our necks, and threaten to kill us. An ISIS member would occasionally enter carrying a prisoner’s amputated head, promising the others a similar fate.”
It may look like something out of the medieval times, but the Islamic State group is serious about taking over the Western world and getting rid of the infidels, one by one.
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