The demonic caliphate of Isis is indoctrinating children from birth through an extremism-based education similar to that taught by the Nazi regime in a bid to create a generation "more lethal than themselves", a study has revealed.
The report, "Children of Islamic State", outlines how indoctrination by Isis through schools and training camps - which sees children encouraged to watch public executions, hold up decapitated heads and carry out killings - has been influenced by elements from Nazi Germany.
"Islamic State’s approach to education reflects elements of Nazi Germany in the way that children and pedagogy are perceived," states the report.
As many as 50 children from the UK are said to be among the 'future mujahideen' forced to hold up decapitated heads and carry out brutal executions. According to Quilliam, the London counter-extremism thinktank that produced the report, Isis has been quick to seize control of the education system in Syria and Iraq in a bid to prepare a new, stronger second-generation mujahedeen who are conditioned to extreme values from birth.
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