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
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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