The gruesome torture tool ISIS thugs use to painfully bend the spines of their hostages has been revealed. Known as the 'flying carpet', the terror group strap their victims onto a hinged wooden board.
The ends are then brought together - slowly bending the backs of the prisoners. The sickening method - which can lead to the snapping of the spine and ribs - has been exposed by the rebel group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, Daily Mail describes.
'Shabeh' - also known as 'ghost' - is another excruciating method revealed to have been used by the thug, who largely operate in Syria and Iraq. This involves prisoners being strung by their arms for days.