By John Waage
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) executed as many as 190 captives earlier this month, according to Human Rights Watch.
Their report is based on an analysis of satellite imagery and graphic photos released by ISIS terrorists.
“The number of victims may well be much higher, but the difficulty of locating bodies and accessing the area has prevented a full investigation,” the rights group said.
The news comes as thousands of Iraqi Christians are fleeing for their lives this week before the brutal onslaught of the jihadist army.
ISIS terror groups are still attacking Christian villages as they press on in their attempt to take more territory.