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ISIS Releases Video Purporting To Show Child Soldier Killing 'Israeli Spy'

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| March 16 , 2015 , 15:35 IST
  [caption id="attachment_4911" align="aligncenter" width="528"]Snapshot from the video released by ISIS Snapshot from the video released by ISIS[/caption] New Delhi: Terror group, Islamic State (ISIS) has reportedly released a video on Tuesday purporting to show a child solidier executing an Israeli citizen it claimed was a member of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. Mohamed Said Ismail Musallam, 19, was captured by the IS terrorists after they allegedly discovered he was a spy. Reports say that the video was published by the group's Furqan media outlet. In the video Musallam wearing an orange jumpsuit, similar to those worn by western hostages, talks about how he had been recruited and trained by Mossad. After that, it showed Musallam being escorted to a field and executed by a boy, described by an older, French-speaking fighter as one of the " Mohamed Said Ismail Musallam, 19, was captured by the IS terrorists after they allegedly discovered he was a spy. Reports say that the video was published by the group's Furqan media outlet. In the video Musallam wearing an orange jumpsuit, similar to those worn by western hostages, talks about how he had been recruited and trained by Mossad. After that, it showed Musallam being escorted to a field and executed by a boy, described by an older, French-speaking fighter as one of the "cubs of the caliphate". Unlike previous videos of hostage executions released by IS, the executioners were unmasked, and they were speaking French, not English or Arabic. Two males were present with the hostage, and the younger one, looking no older than 12, is seen shooting Musallam at close range repeatedly. Unlike previous videos of hostage executions released by IS, the executioners were unmasked, and they were speaking French, not English or Arabic. Two males were present with the hostage, and the younger one, looking no older than 12, is seen shooting Musallam at close range repeatedly. Two males were present with the hostage, and the younger one, looking no older than 12, is seen shooting Musallam at close range repeatedly.