ISIS Electrocutes Man To Death For “Sorcery”
Diyala – A senior security source in Diyala province announced on Monday, that the so-called Islamic state in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) executed a civilian by electrocution in northern Salahuddin, after being accused of sorcery.
The source said in an interview from IraqiNews.com: “ISIS had executed this morning a civilian in the fourth decade of his age in a village in Sharqat northern Salahuddin by a fatal electric shock from a large generator. ”
The source, who asked to remain anonymous, added: “the execution is the first of its kind in a clear change of execution methods promoted by the organization,” pointing out that, “the death came after he was accused of witchcraft and sorcery.”