Two men in southern Hasakah Governorate were cricified earlier this week after being arrested by the ISIS-led al-Hisba Police when they were accused of supporting the Kurdish YPG and the US-led coalition.
Muhammad al-Kankoul, 32, was accused by ISIS of joining the ranks of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG). And Mazin al-Hussein, 29, was accused of leaking security information about ISIS movements in Margada town to the YPG and the US-led coalition, ARA News reported.
“The Sharia Court in Margada order their execution on charges of apostasy and treason,” a local media activist speaking on condition of anonymity said.
ISIS jihadists publicly executed al-Kankoul and al-Hussein in Margada town in the evening on Thursday, and their dead bodies were crucified on electricity poles, eyewitnesses said told ARA News.