ISIS unveils 2 shocking theme parks for children
As much as these photos may resemble Banksy's Dismaland theme park, this is unfortunately no joke. ISIS has unveiled two new theme parks to mark last week's Eid Al-Adha.
The Islamic State showed off photos of its two new fairgrounds on social media. The Daily Mail posted the photos, which show children spinning on tea cup rides, playing bumper cards and miniature train rides.
According to Yahoo News, the parks reportedly opened last week. 'Ride City' in ISIS' self-declared capital of Raqqa in Syria, and the other in Fallujah in Iraq, are both known as war zones.
The dismal looking photos show the theme park in what essentially appears to be a barren desert of a war zone.
The Daily Mail reports that several jihadis claimed the park was free on certain days.
Watch to learn how Banksy is tearing down his 'Dismaland' theme park to house Syrian refugees in France:
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