ISIS Holds Public Beheading For Man Accused Of “Sorcery”
Yay, let’s all pretend it’s still the 7th-century!*
Via Daily Mail:
Depraved militants fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq have savagely beheaded a man accused of practising sorcery and witchcraft.
Harrowing images of the killing are being shared by bloodthirsty supporters of the terror group on social media and show the victim lying in a pool of blood with his severed head resting on his back.
One of those distributing the sickening pictures is a man claiming to be a British militant fighting for the terror group who goes by the nom de guerre Abu Bakr al-Britani.
The gruesome photographs are understood to have been taken near Tikrit in Iraq’s Salah al-Din province, where members of the Iraqi Army and allied Shiite volunteer militias have had great success in forcing the terrorists to withdraw in recent weeks.
The first photo shows the blindfolded and bound man wearing a brown jumpsuit as a bearded terrorist lifts an 18-inch long kukri machete high into the air ready to behead the defenceless victim.
A second image far too gruesome to publish in full then shows a close-up of the man’s lifeless body, with his severed head resting on his back.
It is the exactly the same position British and American hostages are placed in after being savagely beheaded by ISIS’ British executioner in chief Mohammed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John.
Surrounding the man’s lifeless body are dozens of brightly-coloured prayer beads.
It is likely the man had been selling the items, which ISIS terrorists consider bid’ah, meaning a ‘reprehensible innovation’.
As is so often the case with ISIS’ brutal public executions and amputations, huge crowds are seen in the streets to witness the man’s beheading.