Kurdish Peshmerga Mass Execute ISIS Members Surrendered North Of Tal Afar – Reports

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Kurdish Peshmerga Mass Execute ISIS Members Surrendered North Of Tal Afar - Reports

Captured ISIS members

Peshmerga forces, a military force of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, have executed a high number of ISIS members that had surrendered to or had been captured by Kurdish units north of the recently liberated town of Tal Afar in northern Iraq.

According to reports, the number of killed ISIS members is up to 400.

If it’s officially confirmed, this will be a major blow to the public image of Kurdish forces in Iraq.

Furthermore, the mass execution could easily boost support to ISIS and to trigger a series of terrorist attacks against soft targets in the Iraqi Kurdistan.

SF does not release alleged photos of the incident. However, they could be easily found online (for example, this twitter acc posted them on September 2).

Captured ISIS members:

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  • Werner Knöllermann

    I haven’t found any results on searching engines, who confirms that… I hope, this is not true

    • Hassan Ghonem

      It’s true and you could check the twitter account that referenced above

    • Kell
      • Gavin Allen

        Posting a photo of random dead people from a propaganda account on Twitter proves absolutely nothing (except your gullibility).

      • Werner Knöllermann

        there aren’t any other sources aboout it. No statements from politicians, that would be a crime, who is not ignorable.

    • Gavin Allen

      It isn’t true. It’s pre-referendum propaganda.

  • jason sixx

    oh now we’re soft? Good!!!!!!

  • YuiYui

    Surely they can’t be this stupid? Hopefully true, would give all the more justification for Iraq to attack.

    • Freedom

      Joking, right?

      • YuiYui

        What? Do you think everyone supports the US proxy in the area? Kurds ought to be crushed by both Syria and Iraq like the commie filth they are.

        • Ivanus59

          “commie” lol you threw that word in there just because why not. :P You appear to have some 1950s McCarthyism lodged into your brain.
          Iraqi Kurdistan government (Mahmoud Barzani) is a classic Turkey-styled creation with capitalist based economy and with conservatism as a political background (and you yourself are probably also a conservative since you like to use words such as “commie filth” so you should have some sympathy towards Barzani, him being your ideological equivalent).
          Now if you had used that word for PKK/YPG then it would make more sense but even then it would be a lose term.

          Now as for executing ISIS fighters – why the hell not? Wasting time and prison space on em might be a bit unnecessary (since non-Kurd Iraqis also didn’t show much effort in that regard as well).

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            The one thing you have correct like Turkey they are Salafists and non-secular which you have left out a great many things about them. They were more likely local Turkmen and not your Idea of ISIS , Kurds of Barzani ilk are anti Christian and any other non-Sunni religions. They will even kill Assyrians and any others because they want to ethnically purge the region of non-Kurds.

          • YuiYui

            No, I threw it there because they are, in fact, commies. They even have a red star on the fucking flag, for Christ’s sake. And guess who forms the bulk of their foreign divisions? Volunteers sent by far-left organizations across europe and united states. Antifa brags quite a lot about its foreign division in kurdistan, in fact.

          • Ivanus59

            You don’t even have enough insight into the regional politics and state of affairs to tell the difference between Peshmerga and YPG. :o

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            One is a Criminal Organization and the other is a Terrorist Organization what not is there to understand as they are both related by blood and almost extremely in similar tactics.

          • Gavin Allen

            What an incredibly stupid statment.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            See you have the typical terrorist supporter Icon can see you as an idiot.

          • Win

            Tell me why are Communists so bad? Time to grow up and smell the roses I think.

          • YuiYui

            Because they’re anti-religion, anti-family, and believe all people are equal (which is a lie). Their economical model is shit that doesn’t function, as USSR proved so nicely, and their social model is what’s killing America right now. Why would you ever like communism?

          • gustavo

            Jesus Christ was communist, in fact, I consider him the creator of communism.

          • YuiYui

            Then you are, simply put, retarded. I don’t recall him pushing for the abolition of property (if fact, a big chunk of the Bible deals with protection of property, but of course, the only book you ever read was Marx’s Capital), he didn’t advocate killing and systematically opressing adherents of any and all religion, and he definitely wasn’t anti-fmaily. Do everyone a favour and kill yourself.

          • Brother Ma

            You are definitely rude and uncouth.You obviously dont remember him multiplying the fish and the loaves to feed the poor people or him whipping the moneychangers or him cursing the pharisees for loving his money too much or saying a rich man wont get in to heaven.etc

            In fact you dont know much about the Bible after all do you?
            I wonder if you belong to those new age christian sects where if you are rich then you are the elect and the poor are poor because they are not the elect and no one can help them etc as for equality, jesus knew we are not all equal in our gifts but he said we should try hard to ignore that so that we can become better people.did you forget that or did your happy clappy new age christian pastor neglect to teach you that !

          • YuiYui

            Charity has nothing to do with communism, and neither does the abolition of usury indicate some sort of a socialist system. The catholic church has been one of the greatest contributors of charity in recorded history, and had traditionally reviled usury. Are you going to claim that the Catholic church was communist? You’re laughable – you cherrypick a few instances that you think somehow fit the bill and then proudly declare “X is communism”, oblivious to just how ridiculous you sound. How about the part where communism seeks the dissolution of family unit and abolition of religion? How does that fit with Jesus, huh? Or do you just conveniently “forget” facts that wouldn’t help your current argument? Pathetic.

            And no, I don’t belong to any shitty new age christian whatever.

          • Brother Ma

            I never said Jesus was against family.i agree with you.what i am saying is that jesus said ” the LOVE of money is the root of all evil”.i never said that having money was bad.im saying loving your money more than people is bad.

            Also i note that you did not agree with me about Hitler.what im saying is that both extremes are bad ..both were anti church and anti family.That is demonstrable truth.so dont just mention communism.

            If you like family and religion just say so like i do but be fair enough to admit that fascism was also like commienism in this respect.

            Apart from that i have no problem with what you have said. I actually agreed with some of your comments on other posts .

          • YuiYui

            “im saying loving your money more than people is bad.”
            which, again, has nothing to do with communism.

            “so dont just mention communism.”
            I don’t see why I shouldn’t only mention communism when responding to a person asking me why communism is bad. What Hitler supported or didn’t is completely irrelevant to the discussion at hand.

          • Gavin Allen

            In all fairness, perhaps you ought to take your own advice.

          • Brother Ma

            Yes well said.

          • Vidura

            mate anti-religion is one of the best things.

          • YuiYui

            For a 14 yo edgelord like you, definitely. Helps your image as the schoolyard autist.

          • Vidura

            No for most of the intelligent people on this planet.

          • Brother Ma

            You do know you just described Hitler as well right? He also banned the church and believed and was implementing that the state is responsible for the children and not the family …just like sparta for the last part.

            If you didnt then ive just lost alot of respect for you.

          • YuiYui

            “HURRR if you disagree with me, you must be a nazi!” Are you, by chance, a member of Antifa? You’ve already got their argumentation down to a tee.

            That being said, nazi Germany wasn’t anti-religion, it sought to subordinate the Church to the state, which was a very different thing. Nazi Germany also stressed family as one of the highest representations of German values.

          • Brother Ma

            You need to chill out YuiYui .Im not Antifa and you are wrong Nazism was anti religion.he crushed both protestant and catholic churches and even guillotined a few priests heads for good measure. He only allowed a certain protestant church to form that followed his teachings.the religion was the revering of the fuerer.

            Nazism was anti family.family was not the nazi ideal ,the PRODUCTION of children was the Nazi ideal. That is why there were no”sluts” in ancient sparta or in Hitlers eyes.women were to be respectable if they had sex with soldiers back from the front even if married. No shame was to come to the woman.and the children were to love and adore and revere Hitler even to the point of informing on their own parents if they became wary of nazism.so children were state property on loan in trust to their parents.

            Until next time.

          • YuiYui

            Hitler and many in his cabinet were neo-pagans, not atheists, so no, they weren’t anti-religion. Anti-church and anti-religion are different things.

            And you’re wrong, Nazi Germany placed great focus on family and never advocated its abolition, like communism does. As for the “children reporting parents”, that was a story written in the soviet union and was about children reporting their parents if they opposed communism. The story was mandatory reading in eastern block schools and was meant to show that state>family, part of the communist agenda to dissolve family. Your entire post is full of fallacies or even outright lies.

          • Brother Ma

            Thats fine YuiYui.Lets agree to disagree .Lets stick to getting rid of headchoppers.

          • YuiYui

            Very well. But since you brought it up, I think I’ll leave the source of the “informant child” here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pavlik_Morozov

          • Störtebembel

            Anti-religion is the best thing you can be. Sorry just my opinion, as an anarchist, not a communist. ;-) and i love my family, and my comrades love their and my familiy too. ;-) people are always different, no need to argue about, but there is noone better or worse just because his origin, the coulour of his skin etc etc.. ;-)

          • santiago

            1.- The most authoritarian and unjust form of government.
            2.- Mass murder is the ONLY way they can achieve their goals, since no other ideology other than that which is communal ideology can be tolerated because you want you unattainable and fantastical nightmerish “utopia”
            3.- It destroys the individual for a sick and perverted ideological communal stance.
            and i can probably give you a thousand more you pervert.

          • jonathan saldana

            That’s not communism. Just because Joseph Stalian called it communism doesn’t mean it is. It was just government capitalism. Don’t you know the meaning of capitalism and it’s variants as well as socialism and it’s variants ? The Communist party of the USSR had almost nothing of communal ideas when the USSR failed. Just like today’s China has little Communist in it. They are a mis of government and private capitalist government but still call themselves a Communist state. Just because I say the sky is red doesn’t make it so.

          • Dod Grile

            You have that right. Although Trotsky and friends were no walk in the park either. But who is? Socialism is a work in progress.

            Where is Eugene Victor Debs when we need him.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/596ccff08df5e41fb94bbd8c0d7a17be95360fa08e2882d8a337e97156055091.jpg

          • Brother Ma

            Yep.Debs was a hero who looked after people and especially workers and I dont care if some people call him a commie!

          • jonathan saldana

            Exactly. Eugene Victor Debs. A real American hero!

          • Brother Ma

            I couldnt have answered santiago better than you.Santiago obviously knows communism from a textbook or just the crap from Nato controlled media.as if hitler and the tin pot dictators supported by nato in africa ,asia and south central america didnt mass murder at all.i bet santiago is a cuban ,south american or spaniard descendant of fascist family now living in USA?

          • Gavin Allen

            Actually, commies do suck. But in any case, Rojava is democratic confederalist, which is basically the opposite of communism (direct democracy, no leader, no party, no state).

          • Pampi Ta

            @ YuiYui
            Instead of telling bullshits, you should study little bit more the region.
            Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga are not communist at all. You make a confusion with Syrian Kurdish YPG and Turkey Kurdish PKK.

          • YuiYui

            YPG and PKK are part of the Kurdish forces, and all of them together are US proxies.

          • Störtebembel

            LOL COL LOL

          • Gavin Allen

            “YPG and PKK are part of the Kurdish forces” – more gibberish from the child in the room. YPG is a Syrian militia, PKK is a Turkish political movement. Neither are US proxies.

          • YuiYui

            What’s the matter, commie? Can’t stand criticism of your shitty criminal organization? YPG is one of the core components of SDF, therefore it is a part of Kurdish forces, and PKK isn’t shy about its support of YPG and the notion of an independent kurdish state, making it if not a part of kurdish forces, then at least a supporter of them.

            Seeing as how the current US policy in Syria relies on the creation of an independent Kurdish puppet state, and all these organizations fight for exactly that, they indeed are US proxies.

          • Gavin Allen

            “You make a confusion with Syrian Kurdish YPG and Turkey Kurdish PKK.” – neither of which is communist…

          • dutchnational

            Foreign divisions for kurds?

            The few hundred will be very proud to be called divisions. Volonteers in KRG are mostly christians or kurds from other countries.

            Volonteers for YPG are indeed mostly leftists and number up to a few hundred. MFS, syrian syriac christians have some western christian volonteers.

            Are you implying only rednecks are to be allowed to volonteer?

          • Brother Ma

            You are right!

          • Brother Ma

            Antifa probably does but i think PKK gave up Communist ideals a long time ago. If i was a leftist or even just a brave volunteer i would also join Pkk,saa or Christians.They all are only ones killing jihadis!!

          • Störtebembel

            Just inform yourself at least about the basic who-is-who-s in this conflict, actually you just prove that you have no idea what´s going on.

          • Gavin Allen

            Oh wow, they have a STAR???? OMG!!!!

          • dutchnational

            After the capture of Ramadi, hundreds of suspected IS, or even just sunni young men, “disappeared”.The same is reported about Iraqi forces in Mosul.

            Alternatives for treatment of real IS fighters?

          • Brother Ma

            Yes you are right Ivanus.They prob lost their communist “love your neighbour” ideals a long time ago though.barzani kurds definitely erdogan turk collaborator satellite state

        • Gavin Allen

          Grow up. Syrian Kurds are not “US proxy”, and neither are they communist. Idiot.

    • Lumen

      Iraq willl shake hands with them for the good job.you have no idea what you are talking about :)

    • The Farney Fontenoy

      YPG has allied itself with Israel & USA, that’s gold at the stupid olympics.

      • Gavin Allen

        YPG is not allied with either. I presume you threw “Israel” in there for some racist anti-jew thing you’ve got going on. Or do you seriously believe that a left-wing anti-capitalist anti-empirical decentralised people’s democracy is truly “allied” with a right-wing capitalist empire? LOL. Enjoy your gold medal.

    • Gavin Allen

      It didn’t happen, it’s pure propaganda.

  • Kell

    Most likely Turkmen.

    • Brother Ma

      Yes maybe.Those are supposedly” moderates supported by democratic govs like Erdogans” if we are to believe White Houses comments of a few years ago.in reality that trash was just code for white house really saying” yes they are a bunch of headchopping psychos but they are our psychos and when they brutally chop people we dont care because they will be brown people or an unlucky white person in wrong place at wrong time who is not of political class anyway..so who cares!”.

  • Fernando Silva

    death to isis. congratulations

  • bcbingram

    Cheaper and safer than prison but still distressing to my western sensibilities.

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      They are likely members of the Turkmen militia and other local groups who fought ISIS and oppose Kurdish influence in their region and have been executed by Kurds before. The Peshmerga were given these men by the US Military shows you how the US actually operates there.

      • PZIVJ

        But the Peshmerga and Turkey are on somewhat friendly terms.
        So who would come up with this so called news?

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          Why are you such a complete idiot in geography Turkmen are originally from Turkmenistan which is towards the Russian border along the Southeastern boundaries. They are on the Northern borders of Iran an Afghanistan they border the South part of the Caspian Sea , that is a long way from Turkey which is in the Mediterranean Sea.

          Try googling Turkmenistan then you can start to question why you had your current misconception.

          • PZIVJ

            You should cut down on the rum and brandy. :D
            The Turkmen are a Turkic people and are rather spread out. Turkey placed troops north of Tal Afar and threatened Iraq with intervention if the PMU made a move on the city. This situation lasted for almost a year. I ask again about the above article:
            So who would come up with this so called “news”?

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            The problem is they are from further east and not west you are thinking Turkomen which are closer kinship, these are distant but not unlike Americans and Europeans. Turkey was threatening on behalf of Barzani family which runs the Peshmerga , Turkey also threatened the PMU over Nineveh too, they are in with the thieving Peshmerga who is receiving funding and not returning any of the Oil money to Iraq. Those are general revenues and not owned by any Governate.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          The US had only captured what was believed 225-250 think the Peshmerga as usual grinding their own axes and killing those who oppose them, nothing new. They will sell their organs to the Jewish organ traffickers and Israel will have some new organs for the hospitals there, and US citizens can get some organs for hundreds of thousands of dollars. The Kurds and Wahhabi, Salfists Sunnis are loved by the Jews for the reason they are good at supplying “Donor Organs”.

      • Barba_Papa

        Again squeamish Western sensibilities. We all know what has to be done, less some of these monsters make it to the West and we find ourselves yet again the target of some nutjob shouting allahu al akbar, as he plows his car into a group of people.

        Nobody wants to spend the time to de-program these people, or take care of them. Or run the risk that some of them make it back to their home countries. So as usual we let others do the dirty work for us. Like how we let other nations torture our terror suspects for us through extraordinary rendition.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          Just not squeamish just would rather have seen some clear thinking lest this befalls many in Europe. This type of activity is good for creating future terrorists since they probably never served in ISIS but were local Turkmen Militia members whom the Peshmerga fought before the rise of ISIS.

          The Barzani like to rid all opposition before they take control of an area especially the minorities this will send a message they intend to kill them all and the US is going to help.

          • Lumen

            poor guy :)

      • Gavin Allen

        LOL. You should perhaps try not to believe everything you read…

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          See you have nothing credible to say, guess you are a YPG troll.

  • Akar

    Can anyone blame the kurds for doing this? These ISIS members of Tal Afar are the same people who sold Yazidi women to sex slavery and the same people who supported Saddam to gass the Kurds and execute kurdish civilians in Mosul. Anyone who feels sad for that some ISIS was execute can simply join ISIS.

    • Jan Tjarks

      It’s not if someone blames the Kurds for this or not, it is that the Kurds lower themselves to a level, that they do the very same Daesh did.

      A war always produces the worst of humanity, resulting in the spiral of violence. Both world wars showed this very much.

    • Brother Ma

      Maybe tomorrow i will feel bad as i honestly believe generally that if someone surrenders they should not be killed outright.Maybe later for war crimes ,whatever as execution but certainly not straight away.

      Yet these ISIS have turned my stomach.i believe that many sick in the gead,psychopathic,murderous ,sex depraved people have simply found a good way to act out their sick thoughts whilst pretending they do it for a higher cause.

      So right now,i actually feel good about it….maybe tomorrow i wont but right now …too bad so sad..they brought it on themselves!

      • Jan Tjarks

        Karma can be a bitch, indeed.

    • Gavin Allen

      It didn’t happen, it’s fake.

  • Ivanus59

    https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/isis-captures-iraqi-troops-off-guard-beheads-immediately-18-graphic/
    After stuff like this, only a week-minded fool or an ISIS sympathizer could possibly object to executions of ISIS monsters.

    • Red Tick Alert

      You nailed it.

      As for this in the article “If it’s officially confirmed, this will be a major blow to the public image of Kurdish forces in Iraq.” – I have never read such crap – for me, they have gone up in my expectations.

    • SOF

      Exactly. No massacre took place since the Daesh weren’t human to begin with.

  • Lumen

    An honorful Bullet for each ISIS Asshole.
    Better than crushing Bones one by one, like the Shias and SAA do.
    However, ISIS burn Kurds alive and stuff like that, so im really impressed that they didnt do much worser things to the isis trash.

    Anyways, whatever the kurds do, they do it wrong – in the oipinion of the posters here. If they capture them and let them live, an asshole comes quickly and cries that they will be signed for fighting in the SDF, if they kill them some bigoted trash mumbles of war-violation …. which cant get even more stupid, since war-violations are done by SAA every single day.

    • ruca

      Are you opposed to the SAA and Shia people fighting for their lives?

      • Moussa Saab

        He is, just some brainwashed Kurdistan supporter.

    • Gavin Allen

      Agreed. But the story is fake anyway.

  • Lumen

    On the other Hand this is most likely some ISIS propaganda the twitter account has taken unproofed. the twitter account and the photos are no evidence at all. after all.

  • FlorianGeyer

    If kept alive all ISIS would be a risk for decades , even in a prison. This murder is in fact more justified than the thousands of civilians who have been killed by the US military with callous bombing and artillery fire in Syria and Iraq..

  • Vitex

    Genocide. I wonder where they got that idea from. Which nation or people springs to mind when you think of genocide? Murder is murder. The SDF just became morally equal to ISIS, which gives one scant hope for what will happen once ISIS are finished.

    • Vidura

      ohhh genocide…! those poor isis !

    • Boris Kazlov

      What can you expect of yankistani proxies?

    • dutchnational

      SDF are not pershmergas, stupid. SDF operates in Syria, not Iraq.

    • Gavin Allen

      It’s fake. “The SDF just became morally equal to ISIS”. LOL. SDF is in a different country.

      • Vitex

        SDF and Pesh Merga are the same thing. Haven’t you heard of badge engineering?

  • Moussa Saab

    No matter how bad the enemy is, I still feel it’s wrong to kill a surrendered enemy.

    • Lumen

      suuure. therewfore you hold hands with SAA and Assad, who never kill or torture captives, right?

      • Moussa Saab

        Mass executing 400 IS members who SURRENDERED is a different story. Practically every government holds enemies captive, but the reports about Syria by U.S media is just a complete exaggeration.

        • Vidura

          ISIS is ISIS they are animals and deserve to be executed.

          • Jan Tjarks

            Don’t offend the animals by comparing them with these monsters.

          • Vidura

            Lol I’d like to see a non-muslims non-sunni person in the hands of Isis.

          • Jan Tjarks

            We saw that all the time and we know what happened.

      • Tudor Miron

        Don’t try preaching Talmud stories here. We’ve heard enough about gas attacks and similar BS already.

      • Brother Ma

        Trying to equate Assad torture or kill of captives with ISIS doing the same thing is just wrong.Me killing the murderer of many innocents including of my family is very different to the murderer killing all those people.

        Most decent reasonable people would understand and forgive me.The fact that you cant seem to see the difference is very concerning.

      • Jan Tjarks

        We know about people who were delivered to Syrian torture chambers by the USA, but that is a very different story than what Daesh does. Furthermore, the Syrian government since then changed a lot. Actually, Assad was very smart at the beginning of the war, as he had learned some lessons, but that’s a different story too.

        If you become yourself what you fought, you won’t win. Kurds have to watch themselves. It isn’t easy to look into the abyss, as the abyss will look into you too.

    • Maj Dan

      WOULD JESUS KISS A RABID DOG? I DON’T THINK SO HOPE!

      • dutchnational

        In the times of Jesus, with no medicines, rabid dogs were always put down. More humane then the treatment of lepards at the time.

        • Brother Ma

          Too right.Jesus cursed the unfruitful fig tree and whipped the money changers in the temple and the Pharissees.so he had no problem punishing the wicked to some extent.

    • Red Tick Alert

      an eye for an eye !!.

    • Floyd Hazzard

      ISIS cuts off the heads of prisoners with knives and burns them alive too. All ISIS members should be executed, preferably by public hanging after military trials.

  • Ahmed K Hurmizyar

    where are all the idiots who claimed that the Kurds will help smuggling those isis members to Syria and that Kurds where collaborating with isis ????

    • Pampi Ta

      Precisely. To erase the fingerprints ?
      Barzani’s peshmergas have done nothing against ISIS since 2014.

    • Gavin Allen

      What kind of braindead idiot could think Syrian Kurds (left-wing, polyethnic, mostly atheist, feminist, democratic, secular) would be collaborating with ISIS? Bizarre…

  • Pampi Ta

    What is disturbing is the fact these are Barzani’s peshmergas, who have done almost nothing against ISIS during years (and even buying their oil).

  • exasperated77

    Would USA/CIA/KSA want these people around to testify to who their real masters were?

  • SOF

    And nothing of value was lost. I hope the Daeshbags were given a cigarette each before being machine gunned, for the lulz (aka Band of Brothers Captain Ronald Speirs style).

    Don’t forget we are dealing with child beheaders and sex-slave traffickers with children as young as six being traded.

    There were some comments here in a previous article hoping the Peshmerga had a woodchipper waiting for them, funny they have all been replaced by comments of distress.

  • John Brown

    I wonder if it is true and not just a cover job for them to join the SDF?

    • Gavin Allen

      SDF is in Syria, this fake news is in Iraq. But in any case, what makes you think ISIS would want to join a left-wing democratic feminist revolution?

      • John Brown

        They want to live and get paid. They followed a satanic organization, ISIS and beheaded and ate children and adults took sex slaves etc. for ISIS an organization run by racist supremacist Jews, so what won’t they do????

  • sagbotgamot

    Don’t they deserve it? Those so-called “Islamic State” who are actually zionist dogs are vent on destroying Iraq and Syria and convert it into an expanded Israeli territory.

  • hhabana

    Big mistake. Should have been in work camps then publicly disavow principles of ISIS. Execution/imprisonment for leaders after some type of court proceedings. These thugs just became martyrs.

  • goingbrokes

    Western sensibility is one thing, but where is it when US bombs innocent civilians? No, that is a side-track. The hard reality is this: Peshmerga, or anyone else, would think twice or thrice before executing ISUS members. ISUS is a CIA/Mossad asset and you don’t dispose of those on a whim. It is reasonable to assume that this execution was ordered from Langley, and that the Peshmerga are being paid to do the dirty work. That’s why the photos are on the internet – proof for the masters – they are not trying to cover it up.
    The message to ISUS is clear. “You signed up to die for the cause and there is no point in trying to run away just because you are losing, we’ll find you and we’ll find plenty of people to kill you for money – and half the world will even applaud them.” It is important for the HQ to dispose of all useless ISUS fighters so they don’t talk to someone in a couple of years’ time and spill more beans. Dead men don’t talk. This is the clean-up stage of a failed operation. It ain’t pretty.

    • Vitex

      You may have a point. Talmudic Disclosure eh?

      • goingbrokes

        More or less. It is how criminals operate.

  • gustavo

    The point here is there was non posibility for ISIS to defend himself ¿ was it possible to defend himself of something ?

  • pao

    Will this politically help or hurt SAA attempts to regain Syrian territory from SDF?

    • Gavin Allen

      This fake news story is from Iraq, not Syria. Also SDF is Syrian, and the “territory” belongs to the people who live on it. They will make the decisions about what they want to do. As things stand, the liberated areas are ruling themselves, and the old regime is long gone.

  • michaelj72a

    the summary execution of anyone who is a prisoner of war or who has surrendered, is a War Crime against Humanity

    if true, they are barbarians both

    • Ronald

      Truth , killing a surrendered prisoner of war is murder , be it one , or four hundred .
      One has no claim to being moral if one’s actions are not right .

    • Gavin Allen

      It’s fake.

  • Justin

    PREDICTION…..
    comment poster: DutchNational will either….
    1. Try to disprove this happened and say its “fake news” or “exaggerated”
    2. Say nothing because it was true!

    Know him by his actions!!!
    DutchNational (massive USA and Kurd supporter) is a fucking RAT!

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/75117ff5650607b1d92534d5d1d707a37aedb0c5f4a04b00a8308c292b05fa11.png

    And this dumb ass Solomon protects and stand up for him! Weasel!
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    A Weasel and a RAT!
    Remember their names!

    The Weasel will flag me hahahahahahah!

    • Moussa Saab

      Kurds should just cooperate with Syria or a Russia and be united with the Syrians pre-war time.

      • Gavin Allen

        Syrian Kurds are military allies with Russia in northern Syria. But in any case it’s not “Kurds”. YPG is Syrian, made up of many races. Rojava is Syrian too, and elections begin next month in the Federation of Northern Syria, supported by Russia.

    • Gavin Allen

      Poor baby.

  • Vidura

    Great job! Would have returned the favor by burning alive/exploding/drowning etc but Peshmerga wont stoop to those levels.

  • Vidura

    ”If it’s officially confirmed, this will be a major blow to the public image of Kurdish forces in Iraq.” – Correction – this will be a major victory to the public image of Kurdish forces in Iraq

    • Moussa Saab

      Killing surrendered fighters is not a victory, it is being a pussy.

      • Vitex

        I completely agree. If you murder the murderers, you become a murderer.

        • John Wallace

          So what are you if as part of a Government army you kill someone from the opposing side. Is that not by definition legalised murder thus making you a murderer.
          So what is your idea of treatment for these , whatever they are , take them home too the wife and family for Sunday dinner.?? I am sure that will mend their ways.

      • Vidura

        Surrendered Isis fighters, they are a special bunch.

    • Red Tick Alert

      Yeep.

    • Gavin Allen

      It’s fake, it never happened.

  • Real Anti-Racist Action

    Kurd’s plan to do this same thing to all Christians and Persians and Russians and Turks and Europeans and Africans and Asians. They are crazies bent on bigotry in the Style of Georgian-Stalin.

    • Gavin Allen

      LOL. Better tuck yourself in extra tight tonight, or they might just kill you in your bed! :)

  • John Wallace

    Geneva convention rules don’t apply too those that ignored them in the first place like these animals did. No mercy , no tears for this lot . I do hope they were executed by female members so they go to Hell as there are only so many virgins to go around. Seriously anyone that is a little squeamish about this don;t deserve the protections they have given by those that gave their lives

  • hvaiallverden

    I will not watch this, but again, we have nada confirmations of anything, other then the words of the Kurds, nothing else, I must remind you about that, but what have been confirmed is ethnic clenching of areas where Kurds where not dominant inside whats now seen as the uISISa new prodject Kurdistan aka ISISrael 2.0.

    Cleansing incl Arabs, Christians/Muslims to secular witch are the largest group, why people assume they are Muslims beats me but thats not necessary the facts.
    And this events make me not to trust them at all.
    It bottoms, eventually creeps, into Law and Justice, dont insult us with premature nonsense and meaningless violence, witch the Syrians have known for years now, violence breeds just more violence, hate breeds hate, unless this circle is cut, you will run around for eternity, solved nothing just made things worse.

    I have read about it, for years, the Kurds ethnic cleansing program, witch goes along with faking history, and again in the middle of the economic zones in Syria and Iraq.
    But like Mymanmar, they arent debated in the west other than been an people without an land to an land without an people, the same tacs, as the Joos use to legitimize their theft of Palestine.
    Kurds is 100% fake, made to and by the west, for recourse control and thats it.

    I had sympathy, until I realized their history, genocide and ethnic cleansing, they are the scums of this earth.

    And this event, why is people shocked, barbars are barbars, just look on how many children the IFD have shoot they their backs, not front but thru their backs, children under 10, do you have any idea of how evil the Joos are, do you.
    The Kurds must be given just one choice, comply or die.
    Nothing else.

    peace

  • The Farney Fontenoy

    I believe this is what the USA calls ‘crimes against humanity’, this is a war crime for damn sure. YPG are every bit the murdering animals ISIS are, as I said before there are no good or bad among these ‘rebels’ just different groups fighting for dominance, I am glad about this in one way only; it will increase the hatred of Arabs toward Kurds.

    • dutchnational

      Pal, sorry to correct you but YPG are not pesh merga’s and do not operate in Iraq.

      So your rant against YPG is not only meaningless, but really stupid. The more so as there are documented cases of YPG and SDF of letting IS workers – not fighters – go if vouched for by the civillians of the local area.

      As far as the pesh merga’s are concerned, this is also, as far as I know, the way other Iraqis treat captured IS.

      It is in itself not ok, but what alternatives do they have and what would happen anyway to those IS after a trial, hanging?

      • Tudor Miron

        After a trial – that’s the point. Otherwise it’s another win for very same ISIS masters.

      • The Farney Fontenoy

        Kurds are Kurds, terms such as YPG, Peshmerga are interchangeable, they are all filthy murdering terrorists. Since the Kurds are guilty of outright murder, do you think the Kurds should be put on trial or just executed?

        • Gavin Allen

          “Kurds are Kurds, terms such as YPG, Peshmerga are interchangeable” – LOL. Next you’ll be telling us that people with brown skin are all the same.

          • The Farney Fontenoy

            So are you telling me that Kurds in Turkey, have nothing in common with Kurds in Syria & Iraq? Despite the fact that all want to live together in ‘Kurdistan’?
            Please do tell how they have nothing do do with each other yet want a country together.

    • Gavin Allen

      Oh, pathetic. Another idiot. “YPG are every bit the murdering animals ISIS are” – Riiiight, so rescuing ISIS captives, feeding and protecting them is “murder”. “just different groups fighting for dominance” – Sure, that’s why Rojava is polyethnic, multicultural, Syrian, and its democratic processes designed specifically to prevent any one group dominating any other. “it will increase the hatred of Arabs toward Kurds” – hate to break it to you Twatsky, but Arabs and Kurds are actually allies in the DFNS (along with Assyrians, Yazidis, Chechens, Turkmen etc.). “I am glad about this” – you’re “glad about” your own sense of racism? How proud your parents must be… Oh, and you got your countries totally mixed up. You don’t even know what country you’re talking about. Shows how much you know, eh?

  • Tudor Miron

    I know that many will disagree with me but I can’t support mass executions without judgment of anybody. Even if we talk about bloody hearteating headchoppers. It’s OK to shoot and bomb to dust in the heat of the fight. No mercy till they surrender. But than there”s a difference between evil headchoppers and us – pro human forces. Daesh trash ideologists will ecourage their fighters to execute those that they capture. That’s understandable – thats what they actually work for: “producing pain, fear, anger and grief”. Pro human forces work in the opposite direction i.e. REDUCING fear, anger and grief.
    To me, those that execute 400 daesh fighters AFTER they surrender are not very different in terms of where they are heading. That parasitic energy that is fueling all that bloody mess – it’s not on anyones side :) It doesn’t givre a sh$t about how one calls itself as long as we humans keep killing each other i.e. keep producing “fear, anger and grief”.
    Don’t take me wrong – I’m not saying that ISIS members are not guilty and should not be executed. But

  • ISIS member is not ISIS member. Especially during the last month of the battle many local civilians had been pressed by ISIS to fight for them. They had not much choice. Also you will have many minors or even children, who were brainwashed by ISIS and killed people. So you can’t just execute all of them. Each suspect must be evaluated in a legal case. If not, you will just cause the next uprising of the sunni population.

    • electron

      Seems to already be taking place in Indo-China…

  • Lupus

    👍😂😂😂😂😂😂👌

  • Gert Turpin

    These rats must be exterminated. Member of ISIS is execution on the spot. No mercy.

  • Semper Prudens

    I see nothing wrong in that. ISIS terrorists broke all the moral, legal and religious norms. They behaved like monsters and deserve to be exterminated like beasts, so that none after them dares to repeat such crimes. My grandfathers (Yugoslav partisans) did the same to Germans and their collaborators in 1944/45.

  • Klinger Neto

    CONGRATULATIONS !!!
    400 less terrorists in the world!
    Excellent.

  • The Farney Fontenoy

    Lots of commentators here delighted, but whats to stop the Kurds doing the same if they captured hundreds of SAA soldiers? They committed this murder spree as there’s no fear of retribution, since they Kurds have the unwavering support of the USA, whay would they hesitate to murder anyone else??

    • Gavin Allen

      Grow up.

      • The Farney Fontenoy

        Try being a realist instead of a troll.

  • martin aguilar

    Kill ISIS and Yankees and Brits all together !! Mass executions for all bastards !!

  • Gavin Allen

    TOTALLY FAKE, NEVER HAPPENED. All part of the disinformation campaign before the referendum in Bashur (Iraqi Kurdistan) which begins in 3 weeks.

    • electron

      reports say that ypg/allies allow safe passage to dash militants, in exchange for money, and let them flee into Turkey, and from there to ………perhaps Burma, China?!