April 6 (UPI) -- The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Islamic State carried out a mass execution in Syria's Deir Ezzor province in which 33 people aged 18 to 25 died.Yeah.
The SOHR said the execution occurred Wednesday morning in the desert of al-Mayadin about 5 miles southeast of al-Mayadin city. The SOHR said its monitors were able to see the execution carried out with what it described as sharp tools, used to cut victims' necks.
The SOHR said those executed were not identified, so it is not known if they are members of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, prisoners, members of the Islamic State or Syrian rebels. The SOHR said no one was beheaded in what it's calling the first mass execution carried out by the Islamic State in 2017. They said it was larger than two separate mass executions in which 15 people were killed each in mid-September and early October.
You say Assad is a monster? Ok, but he can be contained. I say ISIS is a ravenous beast that must be put down before he both INFECTS and DEVOURS.
Instead of prioritizing enemies you cheer the conventional wisdom that Assad is the threat. I think you're stupid and easily led by the herd. Worse?
ISIS kills 33 people and no one notices. Additionally they didn't use chemical weapons but "sharp tools" so that somehow makes it better.
Some of you people use logic that confuses the hell outta me.