In case the regular beheadings and sermons of terror aren't enough to convince you that ISIS is full of very bad dudes, they've taken sledgehammers to a priceless collection of ancient art.
The International Business Times reports the statues date "back to the Assyrian empire, which thrived in the region between 2500 B.C. and 605 B.C," and were part of the holdings at the Mosul Museum in ISIS-held Iraq. In the video, produced with typical ISIS savvy and released via Twitter, militants explain that they consider the works religious idols. This comes just days after 100,000 priceless manuscripts were destroyed in Mosul's central library.