On Friday, ISIS executed a woman in Iraq accusing her of “committing adultery.” According the local sources, the woman was killed in Mosul city. ISIS also forced the community to watch and participate in stoning the 32-year-old woman to death. Media activist Abdullah al-Malla told ARA News in Mosul:
The ISIS-led Sharia court said in a statement that the woman was charged with adultery, without providing further information. ISIS jihadists demanded the people of Mosul watch the brutal execution, and forced dozens to participate in stoning her along with the group’s militants.
Except, others report the woman was killed simply because she did not want to marry an ISIS militant.
Raafat al-Zarari, head of the Nineveh Media Centre, told ARA News:
The adultery accusation was completely baseless. This woman was executed for escaping her family’s house after an ISIS jihadist asked for her hand in marriage and her father agreed. She preferred death instead of marrying one of ISIS’ jihadists, who are known for their brutality towards women.
The religion of peace strikes again.