ISIS extremists execute another man accused of being ‘gay’

Derek de Koff

On Saturday, another young man accused of “sodomy” by the Islamic State (ISIS) was thrown from a building’s rooftop.

The incident occurred in the city Manbij in Syria’s northern province of Aleppo.

ARA News reports the man was arrested by the Hisba police on “charges of homosexuality.”

Activist Nasser Taljbini told ARA News that “the man was thrown brutally by ISIS masked members from the top of the building in the city” and then claimed “the corpse of the victim was transferred to an unknown destination.”

Taljbini also reported that “the barbaric execution took place in front of hundreds of people.”

Prior to the execution, ISIS invited Manbij residents to congregate beside a building under construction.

Soonafter, one ISIS member read a verdict against the “unidentified” identified man.

The ISIS Sharia Court claims that “throwing gays this way will cleanse their sins.”

According to an anonymous eyewitness, “the young man was taken by the masked militants to the top of the building and [they] threw him blindfolded.”

Shortly thereafter, new propaganda footage was released by the ISIS-associated Media Center that included footage of the man’s execution, including photographs of various stages of his ordeal.

ARA News reports that the ISIS-associated Sharia Court has “issued a decision to execute every gay man by throwing him from the top of a building.”

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