“Today, ISIS members Executed seven civilians by drowning inside metal cages in al-Faysaliya area in central Mosul on charges of collaboration with the Iraqi government, Peshmerga and Asayish in Kurdistan region,” an anonymous source told Ahlul Bayt News.
The source said the group filmed the execution. The Shariah Court in Nineveh Province sentenced them to death, but the source did not say what crime they committed.
The Islamic State has executed thousands of prisoners, some by drowning, in the self-declared Caliphate that spans across Iraq and Syria.
Last June, a video showed the group lowering prisoners locked in a cage into a pool of water. The prisoners are “seen foaming at the mouth as they lie motionless on the floor of the cage, piled on top of one another.”
Adultery is punished under the barbaric laws ISIS chooses to implement in the areas they control. In August, the terrorists stoned a woman to death in Raqqa, Syria, on allegations of adultery. The militants beheaded a woman because she killed her would-be rapist, an ISIS jihadist. The United Nations revealed ISIS executed numerous women in Mosul for having advanced educations.
The Islamic State has also executed doctors who refuse to treat the terrorists.
“Elements of the organization (ISIS) executed physicians Tareq Jassim and Adil Ayham, working in the Department of Surgery of the Republican General Hospital in Mosul,” Dr. Firas al-Hamdani, a top health official, told Kurdish news outlet Rudaw in January 2015. “The bodies of the doctors arrived at the hospital morgue this evening after being executed by ISIS firing squad.”
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