This video says about itself:
Libya, Feb 16 2015 (ANI): Islamic State [ISIS] released a video purporting to show the mass beheading of Coptic Christian hostages in Libya. Egypt’s state news agency MENA quoted the spokesman for the Coptic Church as confirming that 21 Egyptian Christians believed to be held by Islamic State were dead. In the video, militants in black marched the captives, dressed in orange jump suits, to a beach that the group said was near Tripoli. They were forced down onto their knees, then beheaded.
It is also the official policy of ISIS, not internationally recognized as a government, inspired in many respects by the Saudi government.
Marine Le Pen, neo-fascist candidate for the French presidency, would like this cruelty to become official policy in France once again.
Few people know that these atrocities used to be Dutch government policy during its 1945-1949 war against Indonesian independence.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Son of officer decapitated in Sulawesi demands apology from the Netherlands
The son of an Indonesian captain who was beheaded by Dutch troops in 1947 claims in a lawsuit an apology from the Dutch government. Lawyer Liesbeth Zegveld is acting as counsel for the plaintiff in a trial that will start next week, reports NRC Handelsblad daily.
The case is about the beheading of Andi Abubakar Lambogo, captain of the Indonesian National Army in Celebes, Sulawesi today. He got with his men into an ambush by Dutch troops who tried to put down the revolt of the Indonesians. Abubakar was injured and was beheaded in captivity. …
Dutch soldiers impaled the head on a bayonet and forced villagers to kiss it, thus discouraging other insurgents. Zegveld speaks in the NRC of a “very shameful action.”
Historians have noted that Dutch governments in the past were aware of summary executions in Indonesia, but have done nothing.
The son of Abubakar wants the Dutch government to offer apologies to the Indonesian people for all military operations during the colonial era which were contrary to the Geneva Convention. It contains the international agreements on the protection of civilians in wartime.
Research on Dutch war crimes in Indonesia: here.