ERBIL – Radical group of the Islamic State (ISIS) has executed three Iraqi civilians in the city of Tel Afar west of Mosul on charges of spying for the Kurdish Peshmerga forces, local sources reported.
The three men were accused of communicating with the Peshmerga and leaking security information about ISIS positions in Tal Afar.
Mussa al-Liwezi, 31, Farah al-Jahishi, 23, and Haidar Yousef, 33, were executed in front of dozens of people in Tal Afar city, local activists and eyewitnesses told ARA News, speaking on condition of anonymity.
In the meantime, the pro-ISIS Jazira media centre released footages showing the three men dressed in orange while being shot dead by three masked ISIS jihadis.
“A Sharia official read a statement to the public saying the three victims were spies for the enemies of the Caliphate. More than 200 people have witnessed the execution,” media activist Abdullah al-Malla told ARA News.
Spying for Coalition in Raqqa
Last Saturday, extremists of the Islamic State (ISIS) executed four Syrian men in the northeastern city of Raqqa on charges of spying for the US-led coalition.
The group released a video showing four young men, dressed in orange, allegedly confessing their involvement in communicating with the western coalition about ISIS movements inside Raqqa.
The victims, identified as Hamoud al-Hamoud, Ahmed Mardud, Ali al-Ali and Abdullah al-Khalaf, were beheaded by ISIS masked jihadis.
The video then shows life in Raqqa under ISIS, where a jihadi speaker stresses that life will continue in the territory of the alleged Caliphate despite the American and Russian military campaign against ISIS.
Reporting by: Sarbaz Yousef
Source: ARA News