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  • ISIS Releases Video Of Child Executing Alleged Israeli Spy

    The Islamic State released a video Tuesday of a child executing an alleged Israeli spy who had infiltrated the terrorist organization’s ranks.

    A French-speaking fighter describes the boy as one of the “cubs of the caliphate,” a term the Islamic State has used to refer to boys who train to fight jihad under its direction. (RELATED: Shocking New Video Shows ISIS Training Cub Fighters)

    The video shows a purported confession on the part of Muhammad Musallam, a 19-year-old from East Jerusalem who joined the Islamic State in Syria three months ago, according to Haaretz.

    Islamic State Video
    Islamic State Video

    Speaking in the video, Musallam says he became a Mossad agent and was sent to gain intelligence on the Islamic State in Syria. He was detained shortly after joining the group and confessed to being a spy.

    Then the video transitions to Musallam being taken to a field and summarily executed by the boy with a shot to the head and then three more shots.

    Islamic State Video
    Islamic State Video

    The English-language, Islamic State magazine Dabiq contained an interview with Musallam last month.

    The Islamic State previously released a video of a child executing two alleged Russian spies in January. (RELATED: New ISIS Video Features Kid Executioner)

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