The ads promised a "good working environment" and both "financial" and "non-financial benefits."
According to the documents, the terrorist organizations isolated new recruits from the rest of the group to teach them Shariah. Newcomers were first supposed to learn the basics of Jihad and obedience as well as explore the internal structure of the organization before they were allowed to take part in military operations.
The next stage of the initiation was a combat mission. After successfully passing it, young people were united with newcomers from other regions.
All of them were told terrifying stories about the punishment of traitors. The horrors of torture in prisons were supposed to deprive them of any desire to leave the terrorist organization.
Among other things, the documents deliver an explanation for the worst atrocities committed by Daesh fighters. In particular, the documents confirmed that the terrorists were taking medications that stimulated their physical and sexual activity, a military source told Sputnik.
The source also said that many books and documents with similar content were delivered to Syria from Saudi Arabia. These documents call for jihad and killings in the name of faith, but in Syria, such things are officially prohibited, the source claimed.