ISIS militants tie a ‘spy’ to a crucifix before stabbing him in the heart and shooting him in the head
- The man, identified as Mohammed Al Kadri, was strapped to a metal pole
- He was stabbed in the chest and shot dead as families walked by in Raqqa
- ISIS said he was killed because he had carried out ‘crimes’ against them
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Savage ISIS militants stabbed a so-called ‘spy’ in the heart and shot him in the head in a disgusting public crucifixion.
The man, identified as Mohammed Al Kadri, was strapped to a metal pole and stabbed in the chest as families walked by in Raqqa, Syria.
ISIS terrorists said he was killed because he had carried out ‘crimes’ against the fundamentalist group.
The graphic images were secretly taken by the rebel anti-ISIS group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.
ISIS started carrying out these sick crucifixions last month. One man dressed in an orange-boiler suit was killed for ‘crimes against the caliphate’.
Images show a heavily-built executioner holding a knife against the chest of the man who was also held in the terror group’s Syrian stronghold of Raqqa.
The man, named by the news agency ABNA as Abdulhadi Essa al-Salem, was knifed in the heart before a shot was fired into his head.
Shocking photos posted on Twitter then show the victim being crucified in public.
According to ABNA, he had been accused of co-operating with the US-led coalition.
It is the latest gruesome method of execution carried out by ISIS extremists.
On May 8, pictures emerged of another barbaric killing of a man for allegedly being homosexual.
The unidentified young man had been accused of ‘sodomy’, according to local sources, and was punished for this supposed ‘crime’ by being thrown off a five-storey building in Manbij, Aleppo province.
Pictures released by ISIS show the young man fall to his death in front of a large crowd, including dozens of children.