ISIS seems to be following the path of every other terrorist group prior to it, brainwashing people to follow in their bloody path. The second step in the plan, always seems to be sending out videos of them training with weapons-in-hand. Well, according to  Fox News,  a recent video that has hit YouTube shows children in such training formations.

The video purports to show "next generation" Jihadis that range in age, but are as young as 5 years-old. The 9 minute video shows 70 kids in camo, who are allegedly flocked to Iraq and Syria, to join the Islamic State's army. An instructor in the video suggests that the ISIS children are in the second phase of their training. Also, it confirms a 2014 UN report that suggest ISIS was luring children into their military with the promise of education.

At the camps, the children recruited received weapons training and religious education. The existence of such camps seems to indicate that ISIS systematically provides weapons training for children.

Subsequently, they were deployed in active combat during military operations, including suicide-bombing missions."

The children in the video wear ISIS' trademark black headband, while answering religious questions and quoting the Koran against a backdrop of Arabic music. For those that know history, or who have been around long enough to see it, could argue that it is eerily similar to Hitler's youth indoctrination.

The tape itself was posted on the internet, more specifically YouTube, and was shot at an ISIS military training center. Experts suggest it is a place called Al Farouk Institute for Cubs in Raqqa, Syria. Unfortunately, at this time, the video has not been independently verified.

New York based research institute the Clarion Project suggests that "if you believe the Caliphate is the best place to be, Allah commands you to go there, you would want your family there too".

"For ISIS supporters, this is like signing your kid up for the best private school."

Clarion Project national security analyst Ryan Mauro stated that the video is a message that "ISIS is here to stay", just not their videos. At this time, YouTube has taken down the ISIS video.


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