Twisted ISIS militants handed out sweets in the streets of Libya to celebrate the brutal Paris attacks, which left at least 129 people dead.
Kids were offered treats from armed jihadists wearing black balaclavas and combat fatigues and carrying baskets full of sweets.
Meanwhile their parents were apparently handed propaganda leaflets with information on the atrocities in the French capital on Friday night.
Other pedestrians and drivers were also given the material the day after the group slaughtered and injured hundreds of innocent people.
Images of the ISIS fighters sick gesture were posted on Twitter by– an organisation monitoring terrorist activity around the world.
It wrote: “#LIBYA #IslamicState (#ISIS) terror group celebrating the #ParisAttacks by handing out candies.”
The north African city has remained a stronghold for the Islamists since September, when they came out on top following six months of fighting.
ictures have also emerged of Islamic State militants in Anbar, western Iraq, handing out its statement on the attacks.
This is not the first time the terrorists have given treats out after a major attack.
Last month grinning ISIS thugs were filmed in a propaganda video as they gave out sweets to celebrate the Russian passenger plane crash that killed 224 innocent people, including children.
The footage showed them handing out the treats and leaflets in Ninevah, Iraq, in the wake of the tragedy.
The video ends with five ISIS fighters, including one with an Eastern European accent, praising the alleged downing of the flight.
The group claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks in the aftermath of the killings, which took place at six different locations across the city, including Stade de France, the Bataclan concert hall and a string of bars and restaurants.