KOBANE – Extremists of the Islamic State (ISIS) executed a woman in the northeastern Syrian city of Raqqa after accusing her of “committing adultery”, local sources reported on Tuesday.
The victim was reportedly stoned to death in central Raqqa.
“The woman was a western jihadi in the ranks of ISIS. She was accused by the Sharia Court of committing adultery,” a local media activist told ARA News, speaking on condition of anonymity.
“She was stoned to death in front of hundreds of people in Raqqa’s central square,” the source, who witnessed the execution, reported on Tuesday.
This is the first time that ISIS executes one of its own female jihadis on charges of adultery.
Reporting by: Hozan Mamo
Source: ARA News