WATCH: ISIS fighters unleash their inner-Jackie Chan in training video

The latest propaganda film from the terrorist group

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 23, 2015 12:44

ISIS 'special forces' video

ISIS 'special forces' video

 
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The young generation of Islamic State fighters apparently grew up fans of kung-fu and ninja movies, a new propaganda movie released by the terrorist group would suggest.

The clip, apparently filmed at an ISIS training camp in Syria, shows young fighters training by breaking boards with their hands and heads, disguising themselves as trees and bushes and stealthily advancing obn mock enemies while somersaulting.

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The video is the latest in a long line of Islamic State propaganda clips known for there slick production quality, which appear aimed at both intimidating the West and wooing young recruits into the organization.

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