MUSLIM HATE OF ADULTERY
ISIS extremists stone two civilians to death on charges of ‘committing adultery’
April 1, 2016
ــ Militants of the radical group of Islamic State (ISIS) stoned two
Syrian civilians to death in Manbij city of Aleppo province on charges
of ‘committing adultery’, local sources reported on Thursday.
A man and a woman were arrested on Wednesday under the pretext that
they have committed adultery. The two victims were referred to the
Sharia Court, which has ordered their immediate execution by publicly
stoning them to death.
Speaking to ARA News in Manbij, media activist Nasser Taljbini said
that after reciting the conviction, ISIS militants publicly stoned a
man and a woman to death near the bridge of Manbij.
“Hundreds of people were watching the chilling scene silently,” an
eyewitness told ARA News, speaking on condition of anonymity.
“Following the execution, some locals started chanting supportive
slogans to the Daesh-led brutal act,” the source said, using an acronym
Also, the group on Monday beheaded a young woman in the city of Manbij
on charges of communicating with the Kurdish forces of the People’s
Protection Units (YPG)–that are engaged in deadly battles with ISIS
across Syria’s north and northeast.
ISIS militants beheaded the young girl near the roundabout of Dalla on
the highway to Aleppo. The victim was accused of spying for the Kurdish
YPG forces, local activists told ARA News.
Over the past few weeks, the pace of ISIS-led executions against
civilians has increased dramatically in the city of Manbij for no clear
The militant group is currently on alert in a bid to impose its
hegemony on civilians, especially with the western-backed Syrian
Democratic Forces (SDF) making remarkable gains in northern Syria,
coinciding with continued U.S. and Russian airstrikes on ISIS positions.
Reporting by: Helin Saeed
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