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Report ➠ ISIS Turns To ‘Flirting Squads’ To Single Out Gay Men For EXECUTION

Report: ISIS Turns to ‘Flirting Squads’ to Single Out Gay Men for Execution

ISIS is reportedly using “flirting squads” to single out gay men for trial and execution in the Caliphate.

The Islamic State has posted several public executions of gay men online.
ISIS released photos and video of Islamists throwing two men off a rooftop in January.
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The execution was filmed in Nineveh Province.
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— Zaid Benjamin (@zaidbenjamin) January 15, 2015

In December ISIS tossed a homosexual off a rooftop and then posted pictures online.
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The images were posted on a jihadist website just hours after US senate report – described a ‘a stain’ on American values – revealed the sadistic abuse of CIA detainees in a network of secret prisons around the world. (Daily Mail)

The Daily Star reported:

Undercover male-only squads formed by Islamic State flagged up blokes who reacted favourably to their come-ons.

 

The honey trap tactic was used by special brigades of young fighters in the Hisbah religious police.

 

Sodomy is considered a crime under Isis’ Sharia law and is punishable by death – usually barbaric summary execution.

 

The terror network set up the ploy in a bid to eradicate all gay men from their lands in Syria, Iraq and Libya.

 

Dozens of men have been killed for being gay by the Isis regime.

 

Horrific footage previously released online by the media-savvy extremists showed men ‘convicted’ of homosexuality being pushed off a tall building and stoned by rocks by a baying crowd.

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