The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) has crucified a young Libyan man in the coastal city of Sirte after he was found “guilty” for allegedly spying on behalf of a rival Islamist group.
ISIS released photos of the execution and the statement regarding the prisoner’s alleged crime.
According to ISIS social media activists, the prisoner was found guilty by the ISIS Shari’ah courts for allegedly spying on behalf of the Fajr Group in northern Libya.
No further information was released regarding the prisoner’s identity.
Yesterday, ISIS crucified two Iraqi men for similar “crimes”.