Same as in the day of mohamed after he left on his hijra to Yathrib, the former Jewish town (now Mecca) before the inhabitants were executed and women and children sold into slavery because they wouldn’t accept mohamed’s offer that they couldn’t refuse.
‘They execute with bullets, decapitate the body, stick the head on a spike and put it on display at the roundabout’: Syrian women risk execution as they use hidden camera to film life in Raqqa under ISIS
- Women filmed the deserted streets of Raqqa, the ISIS stronghold in Syria
- They risked their lives capturing images of city and its terrified residents
- Describe public executions and the hardline rules imposed by ISIS fanatics
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This dramatic footage shows how two Syrian women risked their lives using a hidden camera to film life in Raqqa under the brutal rule of ISIS extremists.
Video taken inside the terror group’s Syrian stronghold shows armed guards patrolling deserted streets and landmark buildings reduced to rubble after years of civil war.
The women describe gruesome public executions with extremists shooting their victims, decapitating them and putting their heads on sticks and leaving their bodies in the road to be run over.
Dramatic footage shows how two Syrian women risked their lives using a hidden camera to film life in Raqqa under the brutal rule of ISIS extremists
In one scene, video shows how the faces of female models used to advertise hair products have been scribbled out with black marker pens by shopkeepers terrified of their hard line ISIS rulers.
One of the women in the video, which was commissioned by CNN‘s Swedish affiliate Expressen TV, told how ‘everyone’s left’ the city and foreign ISIS fighters are stealing ID cards from Syrians in an attempt to flee to Turkey.