In the last three months, Sunni extremist organization Islamic State liquidated 120 of its members, mostly foreign fighters who wanted to return home, reported Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, based in London.

The Observatory, which data are based on information obtained from activists and residents of Syria, says that the brutal militant group killed jihadists who tried to leave the territory controlled by ISIS, indicating that the actual number could even be much higher.

– We can confirm that ISIS killed 120 fighters, but our field sources believe that the number is larger than 200 – says Rami Abdurrahman, director of the Observatory.