‘Can you imagine the pain when it cuts?’

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Jihadi John ... a former hostage said militant Mohammed Emwazi played a lead role in the mock executions. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

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A FREED Islamic State hostage has given a chilling account of how sadistic militant 'Jihadi John' ran a sword across his throat during a mock execution.

Spanish journalist Javier Espinosa described in the Sunday Times how Mohammed Emwazi took pleasure in the psychological torture.

"Jihadi John … wanted maximum drama. He had brought along an antique sword of the kind Muslim armies used in the Middle Ages. It was a blade of almost a metre in length with a silver handle," Mr Espinosa wrote.

"He caressed my neck with the blade but kept talking: 'Feel it? Cold, isn't it? Can you imagine the pain you'll feel when it cuts? Unimaginable pain'."

He added: "After finishing with the sword he holstered his pistol, a Glock. He placed it against my head and pulled the trigger three times. Click. Click. Click. It's called a mock execution. But not even this terrifying intimidation seemed to satisfy them."

Reunited ... El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa is greeted by his son at the military air base in Torrejon de Ardoz, near Madrid, on March 30, 2014. Picture: PACO CAMPOS/AFP/Getty Images Source: Supplied

El Mundo journalist Mr Espinosa and photographer Ricardo Vilanova were kidnapped in Syria in 2013 as they headed to the Turkish border.

They were held hostage in "elegant mansions" in Syria for more than six months before the Spanish government struck a deal for their release in March last year, Express reports.

Mr Espinosa said he was afraid to speak out about the atrocities before now because his captors threatened to murder the other hostages if he revealed anything. He said the killing of Alan Henning in October prompted him to open up.

Hostages ... El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa (right) and freelance photographer Ricardo Garcia Vilanova were held hostage by Islamic State militants in Syria for months. Picture: PACO CAMPOS/AFP/Getty Images Source: Supplied

Mr Espinosa revealed how Emwazi, 26, took pleasure in telling the hostages how they were going to die.

"The Beatles — that was our nickname for the three British militants guarding us — loved this sort of theatre," he wrote.

"They had me sat on the floor, barefoot, with a shaven head, a thick beard and dressed in the 'orange' uniform' that had made Guantanamo, the American prison, famous."

Mr Espinosa said the militants also threatened to shoot his colleague.

"It was one of several episodes of psychological and physical torture, privations and humiliations that became the daily reality for 23 hostages — Europeans, Americans and Latin Americans — held in Syria by Isis," he wrote.

The former hostage said speaking with his captors was "crazy conversation, dominated by their insane notions and sick hatred of the West, where they had grown up".

Sadistic ... Jihadi John has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

He said his captor, George, forced him and the other hostages (more than 20) to look at pictures of Russian engineer Sergei Gorbunov who was murdered in April last year.

"The sheik shot him with an explosive bullet … tell me, what do you see?," Mr Espinosa wrote.

"'I see Sergei, he's dead, there's blood, bits of brain on his beard', I replied."

'Jihadi George' replied: "You might end up with him. We'll make you dig him up and put you in another tomb where you can sleep with him."

'Jihadi John' was last month identified as 26-year-old Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born university graduated who grew up in Northwest London.

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