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ISIS beheads 4yr old girl, then forces her mother to soak hands in her blood after 'swearing to Allah'


Islamic State terrorists beheaded a four-year-old girl then forced her horrified mother to soak her hands in her dead daughter's blood after swearing to Allah, one of the many horrifying ordeals ISIS has come to be known for.

According to reports, an ISIS member overhead a woman 'swear' to Allah that she would behead her daughter if her daughter doesn't come home from playing, a statement that she made jokingly, but instead of the ISIS member to let it go, he reported the woman to other ISIS officials.
It was decided that as she 'swore to god' she must carry out the act. The mother however refused to kill her child so the jihadists decapitated the defenceless little girl as 'punishment' for her mother's behaviour and then forced the heartbroken mother to soak her hands in the girl's blood after she died. 

A woman who escaped from the terrorists told the horrifying story to the Iran-based Al Alam International News Channel.

She said: "A mother told her four-year daughter to go home and she refused. And then the mother told her unintentionally 'go home and I swear to God that I will behead you if you don't.'"

"But they beheaded the little girl and soaked her mother's hands in her daughter's blood," the woman added. The woman, who wished to remain anonymous through fear of reprisals, told the news agency that the beheading took place in the notorious al-Naeem square,in the Daesh (Isis) de-facto capital of Raqqa, in Syria.
 
 "They rape women, take children to war, loot houses and threaten people in Raqqa with beheadings if they don't agree with their daughters' marriage with the Isis members," the woman continued.
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