Thursday, 1 May 2014

Islamist Extremists Publicly Crucify Two Syrian Rebels

Islamic extremists have publicly crucified two Syrian rebels in northeastern Syria in revenge for a grenade attack on members of their group.
The jihadist Islamic State of Iraq said it had executed a total of seven prisoners who it claimed had carried out a grenade attack on one of its fighters earlier this month in the Euphrates Valley city of Raqqa.
The group, which even Al-Qaeda have been keen to distance themselves from, said on Twitter: ‘Ten days ago, attackers on a motorbike threw a grenade at an ISIL fighter at the Naim roundabout. A Muslim civilian had his leg blown off and a child was killed.
Our fighters immediately set up a roadblock and succeeded in capturing them. They were then able to detain other members of the cell.ow//
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rightsposted a photograph of the two prisoners being crucified at the roundabout.
Passers-by appear to be walking past the two men apparently unfazed.
One of the men is pictured with a banner wrapped round his body which reads: ‘This man fought against Muslims and threw a grenade in this place.’

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