Inside ISIS-seized royal palace where terror group leaders live a life of luxury - PHOTOS

  16 June 2015    Read: 2787
Inside ISIS-seized royal palace where terror group leaders live a life of luxury - PHOTOS
Evil Islamic State leaders are living a life of luxury in a palace fit for a king while they wage Holy war.

The brutal jihadi group`s chiefs have seized control of a stunning mansion home in Syria, according to their social media accounts.

These breathtaking pictures show the opulent home sprawling in the desert which they themselves posted with the headline: ‘A castle for the tyrants of Qatar in Palmyra’, reports the International Business Times.

It`s another step in the expansion of the group across the Middle East - having claimed Palmyra in May - but they claim that the home was already abandoned when they moved in.

The previous owners - the Qatari Royal family - decked out the interiors in luxurious style with gold-leaf pillars.

One Twitter user in Syria, thought to have been a previous palace employee, shared the photography from satellites last December.

According to his tweets, the 2009 construction of the villa was scuppered by the start of the civil war in Syria.

The building, designed for Emira Mozeh, is commonly referred to as Mozeh Palace.

The images show a stunning palace built without a care for expense, including landscaped gardens, halls built of marble, and an indoor pool among the grandeur.

The photographs of the hilltop home were released by the group’s Homs Province media network.

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