The 'execution scene' shows an ISIS soldier dressed in a camouflage uniform with a young boy standing next to him holding a handgun
Islamic State militants recently released a video claiming to show a young boy executing two Russian spies in Syria.
Reports say the seven-and-a-half minute footage shows a boy and an ISIS fighter standing behind the two kneeling 'spies', after which the boy allegedly shoots the men, in the back of their heads.
But reports suggests that the killing may be staged for cameras as there were lack of visible injuries on the men and no evidence of blood on the 'spies'.
The video starts with an interview of the two men who admitted to spying on ISIS on behalf of Russia, they confessed their names are Mamayev Jambulat Yesenajovich and Ashimov Sergey Nikolayavich, that they are Kazakh and were recruited by 'Russian Intelligence'.
The 'execution scene' shows an ISIS soldier dressed in a camouflage uniform with a young boy standing next to him holding a handgun.
The soldier speaks to the camera, saying that 'Allah has gifted the Islamic State with these two spies'.
'By Allah's grace, they are now in the custody of the lion cubs of the Khilafah,' he adds.
The boy walks up behind the 'spies' and appears to be shooting them both in the back of the head, before raising the gun and cheering.
After the supposed executions, the young boys is asked who he will be 'in the future'
'I will be the one who slaughters you, o kuffar (non-Muslim),' the smiling boy responds. 'I will be a mujahid, insha'allah (God willing)'
There hasn't been any report so far concerning the authenticity of the video which was uploaded to an anonymous vidme account linked to a Twitter account which is no longer in use.