On Wednesday, ISIS members in Mosul killed a number of youths by slicing them with chainsaws.
It was reported that the nine teenagers who were cut with chainsaws allegedly belonged to an anti-Islamic State resistance group. They were sentenced for execution by a sharia court in Mosul, Iraq.
“The death sentence pronounced by ISIS sharia court stated that the men should be tied to an iron pole in the center of Tal Afar Square in Mosul and then sliced into two with an electric chainsaw.”
The source has sought anonymity in exchange for the information.
It was in 2014 when ISIS took control of Mosul. Extensive and gruesome details were reported about life inside the major metropolitan city of Mosul, controlled by Islamic State. A report was carried out in secret by BBC’s Ghadi Sary in the city. The report helped outsiders take a look inside Mosul.
“Since IS took the city, it has been applying the ‘Laws of the Caliphate’, as it calls them. The minimum punishment is flogging, which is applied for things like smoking a cigarette,” BBC quoted a source under pseudonym Zaid.
Khalid bin al-Walid, a group affiliated with the Islamic State, published a video showing group members carrying out mass executions in the unofficial Palestinian refugee camp located at Yarmouk in Damascus, Syria, according to Heavy.
The video shows battles in the countryside of ancient Syria, before moving to footage inside the Yarmouk refugee camp.