Ex-ISIS Fighters Reveal Children Were Handed Severed Head As Toys

From Mirror:
Ex-ISIS fighters have revealed children were given a severed head as a toy to play with as they exposed the depraved life of terrorists on return to their homeland.

Wannabe jihadists from Indonesia branded Islamic extremists "worse than animals" as they lifted the lid on the scale of brutality shown by the terror cell.

Urging people not to flee their country, some said they packed up and took their entire families to Syria off the back of promises which were made in propaganda films.

But when they arrived their children were ordered to get married while they witnessed first hand the sadistic life behind ISIS lines.

In a video which documents their tales of depravity, it was revealed children were handed a severed head as a toy to play with.

In the clip one woman called Difansa said: "The people who have not been there are lucky, it is all a deception."

She said that anyone who wants to go and join the IS cause should give up on their plans.

Another former IS supporter, Djoko, said he regretted taking his family with him.

He said: "They said there would be a free school, but once we got there they'd just order our children to get married.

"Many proposed to marry my child and said, 'let me know when she starts menstruating'."

The repatriated Indonesians came full of tales of how "cheap" human life was to IS and how they believed anyone outside of the terrorist organisation was a "kafir" and deserved to die.

One man called Heru said that despite never witnessing any executions he saw the way IS soldiers treated one dead body.

He said: "The head was made into a toy for children, to be kicked around. To do something like that to somebody who is already dead, it makes me nauseous."

Heru said that IS soldiers were not the holy warriors like he expected but often fought amongst themselves and about petty issues.

The Indonesians had nothing good to say about life in the IS capital of Raqqa, which is currently under siege by US-led coalition forces.

One woman called Naila said: "I did not suspect how bad it was but once in Syria, at the women's dormitory, their behaviour.
I can say they are worse than animals."

The Indonesian authorities estimate that around 600 people left the country to fight for IS in Syria.

A number of them have already returned home where they are now under close watch.

Those featured in the video, which was posted on the Indonesia counter terrorism agency website, were repatriated in August.

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