Evil ISIS Executioner Who Beheaded Dozens Of Men And Famously Dismembered Children Has Been CAPTURED By The Syrian Army
They called him “the bulldozer.” At nearly 300 pounds and wielding a 3-foot long sword as his method of torture, he was ISIS’s most feared executioner, beheading dozens of men and dismembering children accused of crimes by the ISIS terrorists. You can find photos and videos of him all over the internet wielding machine guns and carrying out his ruthless executions.
But thanks to the hard work of the Syrian Army, “the bulldozer” has just been bulldozed. The army has released footage of him hogtied on the back of a pickup truck before driving him off to an undisclosed location:
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The militant has gained a bloody reputation as one of ISIS’s most feared butchers after beheading dozens of prisoners and amputating young children.
He has infamously been pictured in black robes and a mask while wielding a three-foot sword to behead his victims.
Last year, a 14-year-old Syrian boy told how the mammoth extremist chopped off his hand and foot because he refused to join ISIS.
Omar, who was captured fighting for a rebel group and tortured for more than a month, said the Bulldozer gathered a large group of children to watch the bloody amputation.
Omar kept an image of the man who mutilated him on his mobile phone.
It showed the monster, dressed-head-toe in black, propping himself up with the blade he uses to maim helpless youngsters.
In March, a picture of a chubby militant emerged that led to speculation it could be the face of The Bulldozer.
Article reposted with permission from Shoebat.com
*Article by Andrew Bieszad