Islamic State beheads two Afghans on charges of ‘fighting the Caliphate’

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An image released by ISIS media office in Nangarhar province, showing an Afghan man who was beheaded on Friday on charges of supporting the government

ARA News

ZAKHO The radical group of Islamic State (ISIS) on Friday executed two Afghan men in the eastern Nangarhar province, after accusing them of fighting alongside pro-government forces in Afghanistan.

ISIS beheaded the two men and released images showing the brutal execution, threatening everyone who backs the Afghan government against its self-declared Caliphate to face a similar punishment once captured by the group.

This comes just two weeks after the Afghan authorities announced the death of prominent ISIS jihadi leader Saad al-Imarati in an operation by the government forces in the Nangarhar province. 

Al-Imarati was one of the founders of ISIS branch in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and had led several ISIS attacks against pro-government troops and the Taliban.

Reporting by: Sadruddin Keno

Source: ARA News

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