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QAMISHLI – Militant fighters of the Islamic State (ISIS) on Friday executed a number of Iraqi civilians in the city of Abu Kamal in Syria’s eastern province of Deir ez-Zor on charges of apostasy, local sources reported.
Local activists confirmed that ISIS executed five men in Abu Kamal city on charges of apostasy and violation of ISIS regulations.
Speaking to ARA News in Deir ez-Zor, media activist Khidir al-Faris said that ISIS militants have brought five people from the Iraqi city of al-Qaim, and executed them publically in the city of Abu Kamal in the eastern suburbs of Deri ez-Zor province on the Syrian-Iraqi border.
“They were executed on charges of apostasy and disobeying the group’s rules in the region,” the source reported.
The victims were arrested by ISIS-led Hisba police earlier this week. They were then referred to the Sharia Court which convicted them of apostasy and ordered their execution, according to local activists.
According to activists, the victims were not identified; they were only known as Iraqi nationals.
Al-Faris pointed out that ISIS has taken the city of Abu Kamal as a center for the field executions carried out against opponents from the people of Deir ez-Zor province and the ISIS-controlled areas inside Iraqi territory.
Reporting by: Ahmad Shiwesh
Source: ARA News