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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

IS extremists publicly behead Syrian man for 'insulting Caliphathe', Iraqi man for 'insulting Allah'

IS extremist beheads man in Raqqa, Syria in Feb. 2016 (Terrormonitor.org)
Extremists of the Islamic State (ISIS) executed on Monday a man in the city of Shaddadi in Syria's northeastern Hasakah province, after accusing him of "insulting the Caliphate".

Saleh al-Rahim, 48, was publicly beheaded in central Shaddadi.

"ISIS claimed that al-Rahim has refused to pay taxes to the al-Hisba (taxation) department, which the group considered a violation to its rules and an act of insult to the ISIS self-declared Caliphate," rights activist Ahmed Hussaini told ARA News in Shaddadi.

The man was arrested at an ISIS security checkpoint near the village of Sarb in the vicinity of Shaddadi while trying to escape the ISIS-held area towards Hasakah city.

The victim was brutally beheaded in front of hundreds of people in Shaddadi's central square, after one of the militants read a statement accusing him of insulting the Caliphate and deserving the death penalty, according to local sources.

The city of Shaddadi is deemed the main bastion for ISIS jihadis in Hasakah province - where the group has recently lost large territories to the western-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

Iraq, Ninawa, February 2016. Islamic State extremists publicly beheaded a man for allegedly 'insulting Allah.'

Photo: Terrormonitor.org on Twitter

Iraq, February 2016. ISIS beheads man for 'insulting Allah"

Sources: ARA news, Terrormonitor, Feb. 16, 2016

Darkness At Noon

Raqqa, Syria, February 2016 - An alleged thief has his right hand chopped off by an Islamic State extremist. Source: Terrormonitor.org on Twitter

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