Report: ISIS beheads 39 of its own members

ISIS beheaded its own warriors who stood accused of multiple crimes against the organization and Islam.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 30, 2015 12:21
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ISIS. (photo credit: ISLAMIC SOCIAL MEDIA)

 
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ISIS has allegedly executed at least 39 people from within its own ranks, according to a report published by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

The ISIS warriors stood accused of various crimes including "sorcery, insulting God, sodomy, adultery, banditry, joining and cooperating with the awakening movements, cooperating with crusader coalition, mischief on earth and cooperating with the Nusayri regime forces," according to the report.

The ISIS members were killed mostly by beheading between July 29 and August 29.

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According to the report, ISIS has killed at least 91 people in the last month alone, including 32 civilians, 2 women, 11 fighters from rival rebel groups, and a journalist.

Over 1,800 civilians have been killed by ISIS over the course of the last year, including 181 of its own warriors who were captured while attempting to return to their home countries after standing accused of spying for foreign nations.

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