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ISIS terrorists have reportedly crucified a fighter jet pilot after the jet he flew was shot down.

According to a report by Daily Mail, the jet, which is believed to belong to the Syrian air force, was shot down near the eastern city of Deir ez-Zor on Thursday, July 14, 2016.

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The fighter jet, which was carrying out air strikes operation against ISIS insurgents, was wrecked by ISIS, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reportedly confirmed.

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It was further reported that the wrecked jet became the second to have been brought down over ISIS territory since April 2016.

A video footage showing the flaming wreckage of a plane scattered across a stretch of barren rocky ground was released by ISIS alleged ally, The Amaq agency.

The footage further showed a corpse in military uniform and white helmet, hung out for display on a street.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also revealed that ISIS had shot down the plane in the Thardah hills, about three miles from Deir ez-Zor air base, which is controlled by the terrorists.

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