ISIS monsters used bread maker to knead 250 kids to death and bake Christians in giant ovens

A mother has claimed that children were kneaded to death in bread machines while men were baked in oven as ISIS slaughtered Christians in Syria .

Alice Assaf said her son George was killed after he refused to identify himself with a Muslim name.

But she claims that while her son was shot and beaten to death, other citizens suffered a much worse fate.

It was two years ago when Alice’s suburb was targeted by the terror group.

She says that she and her children were forced to hide in the home of a Muslim neighbour during the massacre.

In an interview with Roads of Success, she says: “Later on, we heard that the militants grabbed six strong men working at the bakery and burned them inside the oven.

“After that, they caught some 250 kids and kneaded them like dough in the bakery dough machine.”

And when the Syrian army attempted to fight back, Alice says IS began throwing children as young as four off the top of balconies in a bid to scare soldiers away.

Alice remembers her son’s words: “I don’t want to hide myself. You [Alice] are the one who taught me to follow what Christ said, ‘whoever denies me before men, I will also deny them before Heaven.'”

She added: “They took him to a backyard to shoot and kill him. They killed him because his name was ‘George’.”

Alice managed to escape the wrath of ISIS but says her son was buried in a mass grave and she does not know the whereabouts of his body.

The horror news is the latest in a long line of brutal murders the twisted death cult has revelled in.

Earlier this year, footage emerged of IS militants throwing a man off a roof, allegedly for being homosexual, before pelting his dead body with stones.

ISIS fighters have also destroyed and burnt Christian relics – including pulling a cross down off the top of a church – as well as destroying bottles of alcohol.

It is thought that the destruction of Christian churches is carried out by religious police known as ‘hisbah’.

Source: /Mirror