ISIS militants execute, crucify Syrian man. File photo
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URFA – The Islamic State radical group (ISIS) executed two Kurdish civilians in the city of al-Bab north of Syria’s Aleppo, local sources reported on Sunday.
Khalid Baqi, 30, and Abduljalil Tammo, 38, were hanged to death in the Sitr square in central al-Bab.
“The victims were executed on charges of supporting Kurdish fighters of the People’s Protection Units (YPG) against ISIS,” media activist Ahmed Dawood reported from al-Bab.
He added that ISIS decided to leave the victims’ bodies hanged for three days “to terrify people”.
“The group has displaced most of the Kurdish families from al-Bab city and its countryside. Those who remained suffer from ISIS’s atrocities,” Dawood told ARA News.
Reporting by: Jan Nasro
Source: ARA News