Radical Muslim terror group ISIS/ISIL is reported to have unleashed its death squad to hunt down and murder Christian refugees in Syrian refugee camps, reported Breaking News Israel. The death squad is the latest horrific tactic employed by the Muslim radicals to eliminate Christians in the region and establish a conservative Muslim society.
The report was quoting a forming former Islamic State jihadi who claimed that he was sent to one of the refugee camps to carry out the mission of wiping out the country of Christians by murdering them but changed his mind and eventually left the group.
Indeed, the tactic employed by the ISIS/ISIL terrorist group was so horrible that witnesses are so scared to come out to report the atrocities being committed. In an interview, one aid worker told the Sunday Express, "They're like a mafia. People are even killed inside the camps, and the refugees are afraid to say if they saw somebody get killed. If you ask them, they'll say, 'I don't know, I was asleep.' "
A separate report by The Clarion Project claimed that the jihadi death squads are also kidnapping Christian girls and selling them as sex slaves.
The aid worker said, "The camps are dangerous because they have ISIS as well as Iraqi and Syrian militias. It's another place for gangs. They're killing inside the camps, and they're buying and selling women and even girls."
The report said that ISIS extremists have already infiltrated refugee camps to join the mass exodus of refugees into European and other Western countries with the aim of planting themselves in those countries to spread the ISIS ideology and later on carry out terrorist attacks. Some of these ISIS jihadis carry out attacks and organize the sales of sex slaves back into their territory en route to temporary evacuation camps.
Last month, Lebanese Education Minister Elias Bou Saab warned that an estimated 20,000 Islamic State radicals were able to infiltrate Syrian refugee camps and were planning to cross into Europe by joining the mass exodus of refugees there.
"My gut feeling is they [the Islamic State] are facilitating such an operation. To go to Europe and other places ... From Turkey to Greece," Saab warned. "You may have, let's say, 2% [of the 1.1 million] that could be radicals. That is more than enough. We have had that also with our camps here - you find 2-3% of them."
Saab also noted that refugees from Syria were dressed nice and did not look like the normal people escaping from conflicts. "They are all dressed with something unified, uniform, vests," he said.
Since launching their reign of terror in large swathes of land in Syria and Iraq, ISIS/ISIL extremists have murdered thousands of Christians who have refused to renounce their faith and join their cause.