Syrian boy, Usaid Barho being held by ISIS has managed to escape and volunteered to be a suicide bomber

December 28, 2014 12:47 pm

A Syrian boy, Usaid Barho being held by Isis has managed to
escape their camp after he volunteered to be a suicide bomber. The boy aged 14,
who joined the group because he believed they practiced Islam, was later brainwashed
to see Shi’ites as their enemies, and was also told if he wasn’t ready to fight
them, the Shi’ites were ready to rape his mother.

In the camp, he was given an option of becoming a fighter or
a suicide bomber, but he turned down being a fighter because he might be killed
at a battle front.
A bomb vest was however strapped to his body before he was
sent to travel to a Shi’ite mosque in Baghdad, Iraq where he is supposed to
detonate an explosive device.
But rather than killing himself and countless others, he
took the brave decision to defy his orders by unzipping his jacket and handing
himself in to guards standing nearby, saying he does not want to blow himself
A Policeman who came around gently removed the deadly
equipment strapped to his body in front of stunned onlookers, setting him free
from the explosive before he was handcuffed and whisked away.

It is believed that the teenager is currently being held at
an Iraqi intelligence site
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