ISIS Executes Man For ‘Cooperating’ With Syrian Govt, Then Executes Informant For Giving False Information About Victim


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Terror group, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has executed an informant who gave them false information that a man was cooperating with the government, which led to the victim being beheaded by the group.

In terrorist-controlled territories, it is an offence punishable by death to be seen collaborating with the opposition.

The terrorists killed the man in the city of Deir Ezzor charged with ‘cooperating with the Nusayri regime’ – a significant minority of Shia Muslims in Syria.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the terrorists later came across compelling evidence to prove that the man was not collaborating with the enemy, meaning that the informant had lied.

The informant was accused of “providing false evidences about a person’s cooperating with the regime and causing his execution.”

He was sentenced to death and beheaded in the same city as the wrongly-accused man, and before a crowd of people who came out to watch the spectacle.

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