ISIS Terror group's chief repents

Reports reaching us say he made this known in a letter to all media arms of the terror group.

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Should the world rejoice over the latest news making the rounds?

Apparently in a new public relations move, ISIS chief, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has reportedly banned the showing of beheading videos, adding that it is bad for the group’s image.

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How ironic.

Reports reaching us say he made this known in a letter to all media arms of the terror group.

According to Al-Baghdadi, “the decision was based on not offending other Muslims, who might think the videos will frighten their children.”

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Speaking on the development, a notable Syrian commentator, Ferid Hisso said “Instead of banning the release of such videos, Baghdadi should have banned the crimes behind the scenes.”

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Meanwhile, news from The Mirror says the ISIS militants are drugged, and then asked to go and behead people.

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The regime soldier is seen being forced to lay on his stomach as the young boy approaches him from behind, pulls his head back by the hair, and uses a small knife to behead him

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