Children of ISIS

The members of the Islamic State call them “Lion Cubs.” They are between 4 and 16 years old. They were brainwashed and abused for many months in military and religious training camps. This rare documentary captures their stories and their induction into a culture of terrorism. What fate awaits these children as ISIS itself fights for its life in war-ravaged Syria, Iraq, and northern Africa?
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Overview

The members of the Islamic State call them “Lion Cubs.” They are between 4 and 16 years old. They were brainwashed and abused for many months in military and religious training camps. This rare documentary captures their stories and their induction into a culture of terrorism. What fate awaits these children as ISIS itself fights for its life in war-ravaged Syria, Iraq, and northern Africa?

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Children of ISIS

01: Children of ISIS

The members of the Islamic State call them “Lion Cubs.” They are between 4 and 16 years old. They were brainwashed and abused for many months in military and religious training camps. This rare documentary captures their stories and their induction into a culture of terrorism. What fate awaits these children as ISIS itself fights for its life in war-ravaged Syria, Iraq, and northern Africa?

52 min