Via Daily Mail:
ISIS militants paraded severed heads from the back of a pick-up truck after seizing control of a fourth Libyan city in the Mediterranean country, according to eyewitnesses.
Locals say jihadists drove through the coastal town of Bin Jawad shouting ‘Allahu akbar [God is great]’ from the gruesome convoy.
A number of residents fled in terror last week, not long after the town fell into the terror group’s hands, while others were ordered into a sports stadium. Their fate is unclear.
It is feared ISIS may now try to seize more oil installations in the region, according to Mark Willis at The Sunday Times.
The terror group’s black flag was raised in Bin Jawad the same day ISIS fighters attacked the oil ports of Ras Lanuf and Sidra on January 4.
Heavy weapons and suicide bombers, including a 15-year-old boy, were used as part of the assault, which left two storage tanks of crude oil on fire.
Bin Jawad is 20 miles from Sidra and 36 miles from Ras Lanuf, leading to concerns the town could be used by ISIS to stage similar attacks.