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Islamic State Executes its Own Commanders With Attack Dogs

ISIS is using this and other brutal tactics on its own fighters to instill fear and command obedience.

The Islamic State executed several of its leaders using attack dogs, according to the Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA).

ISIS found several of its leaders guilty of failing to carry out their duties, so they tied them to trees and set dogs on them. The dogs mauled them to death.

Hasan Khala Hasan, a Peshmerga commander on the front line, reported the news. ISIS uses a variety of ultraviolent tactics to intimidate its soldiers into obedience.

“IS uses any members who are thought to be of no use, for the organization to frighten other members,” Dler Ahmed, a Kurdish sociologist told ABNA.

The group has upped the level of its savagery as it loses territory to Kurdish and Iraqi government forces. Earlier this month, ISIS declared a “state of emergency” in its capital Raqqa.

At the time of writing, the Iraqi army was preparing an offensive on the strategic town of Fallujah in Iraq.

For more information on the Islamic State, see Clarion Project’s Special Report: The Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL)

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The Associated Press reported:

Portland police had to be called in to subdue a 22-pound house cat that trapped its owners inside their bedroom after attacking their baby.

The baby was not injured in the Sunday incident.

Sgt. Pete Simpson, a Portland Police Bureau spokesman, said officers responded to a 911 call that evening from a couple who had locked themselves in their bedroom with the baby and their dog after the cat attacked the child.

Simpson said the 911 operator could hear the cat screeching in the background as the couple awaited help.

Officers used a dog snare to capture the cat and placed it in a crate.

Simpson said the owners told the dispatcher the cat has a history of violence. He said the cat remained with its owners.

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