ISIS Burns 12 Iraqi Civilians to Death in Iron Cages

The ISIS terrorists have, in their latest mass murder, burned a dozen Iraqi civilians alive in iron cages in the city of Hawija in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.

In its most recent slaughter, ISIS has incinerated 12 ordinary Iraqi people alive in iron cages in the city of Hawija in Kirkuk Province, northern Iraq, on charge of attempting to escape the town.

A few days ago, the ISIS terrorists had also decapitated seven Iraqi civilians in the same city after the Eid al-Fitr prayer on June 26. After dismembering the corpses, they had left them in the southwestern part of the city.

The city of Hawija as well as a number of the districts around Kirkuk Province are still under the control of the ISIS.

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