ISIL Takfiri terrorists(DAESH) have released a new video which presumably shows 21 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters in cages being paraded through packed streets in the embattled Iraqi province of Kirkuk.The nine - minute footage, released on Saturday, shows the orange jumpsuit - clad prisoners being interviewed by an ISIL militant holding a microphone with the group’s insignia, before being seemingly marched to their deaths. The prisoners are driven one by one on the backs of pick - up trucks with flag - waving ISIL militants accompanying each prisoner.Recommended:US plan to defeat ISIS in Mosul not workable - ShafferThe Takfiri terrorists also threaten Kurdish fighters to have the same fate of these captives if they continue to fight against the ISIL. It is unclear when the newly - released video was captured, as similar images showing ISIL militants parading captive Peshmerga fighters around a crowded street had circulated earlier this month. Based on information from local Kurdish media and distinctive landmarks seen in the new video, the footage may have been taken in the town of Hawija, located southwest of the city of Kirkuk. ISIL has so far released several similar videos showing the execution of its captives from different countries, including the United States, Britain, and Japan. Last week, the terrorists beheaded 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya. On February 3, the ISIL released a video online showing the burning to death of pilot Moaz al - Kassasbeh, who had been taken hostage in December 2014 after his plane went down in northern Syria, during a mission against the terrorist group. The video showed Kassasbeh dressed in an orange jumpsuit and surrounded by flames inside a metal cage.SEE ALSO:Obama stunned over ISIS defeat against Iran - Jafari The footage raised Jordanian authorities’ anger and ultimately led to a step-up in Amman’s airstrikes against ISIL positions in the region. ISIL started its campaign of terror in Iraq in early June 2014. The heavily-armed militants took control of the country’s northern city of Mosul before sweeping through parts of the country’s Sunni Arab heartland. Iraqi soldiers, police units, Kurdish forces, Shia volunteers and Sunni tribesmen have succeeded in driving the ISIL terrorists out of some areas in Iraq.