Being an Islamist extremist does not apparently spare you from ISIS' line of fire. Eight Islamist fighters from a rival group were crucified by ISIS in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Saturday. Their corpses were left on display in the town square, Deir Hafer. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights noted that the men were executed because they belonged to more moderate organizations. ISIS accused them of being "Sahwa" fighters, puppets of Western powers. ISIS began as an offshoot of Al Qaeda. However, Al Qaeda disowned ISIS because the organization was too indiscriminate and inhumane in its attacks for even its taste. ISIS crucified another man near the turkish border for giving false testimony, but he miraculously survived.