Islamic State Beheads Man Accused of Performing ‘Magic’Posted: May 2, 2017 Filed under: Religion, Terrorism | Tags: Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Abu Sayyaf, Arish, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Islamism, Jihadism, Middle East, Philippines, United States 1 Comment
Ali Waked reports: According to group members, IS police officers beheaded the man in the town of Tasil in the Dara district in southern Syria.
In an accompanying statement, the terrorist organization said that the man was beheaded with a sword and had performed “magic and sorcery.”
In the photos, one member of IS can be seen reading the ruling of the Sharia court, noting the Islamic penalty for the alleged transgressions.
Those who carried out the punishment of beheading, according to IS, were members of the Khaled Bin Waleed militia – a jihadist militia affiliated with IS active in southern Syria in the triangular area between the borders of Syria, Jordan and Israel.
In addition to organization members, the photos show local residents present for the “ceremony” to witness the beheading … (read more)
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