One video shows more than 100 prisoners paraded across the desert in their underwear, then lying face down as militants unleash a hailstorm of bullets into their bodies.
Other images show crucifixions and public executions in towns overrun by terrorists.
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And recent footage showing the beheading of a second American journalist proves that ISIS wants to world to know how brutal it can be.
The insurgents are experts at using footage of their crimes as propaganda to terrify those who disagree with their radicalism and to threaten foreign leaders. The visuals are as much a part of ISIS’ terrorism as its bloody march across the Iraq and Syria.