The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) has recently streamed a new set of videos that showcase the implementation of their “justice” system in the Nineveh Governorate of Iraq. The videos contain gruesome footage that is not suitable for most audiences, while also, highlighting more of the human rights violations that ISIS has committed over the last 2 and a half years.

ISIS has gained notoriety for their unorthodox and violent videos depicting the mutilation of unarmed men and women – both civilians of Iraq and Syra; and also foreigners – throughout their self-proclaimed “Khaleefa” (Caliphate). Many of the victims were tried by an unjust Shariah Tribunal that was comprised of their own fighters and senior members of their organization.

The videos posted by Al-Furqan Media (ISIS’ Official Media Agency) displayed a number of victims who were executed by stoning, crucifixion, and throwing “convicted criminals” off the roof of a building. The video footage is supposedly recent and was confirmed to be in the Nineveh Governorate – the identities of the victims is unknown.

In Syria, Al-Furqan Meda posted more videos of executions that they claimed were a result of civilians working with the Syrian Government and the Syrian Arab Army (SAA). The civilians were marched to an unknown area, where they had children watch the execution of an unarmed man accused of being a “spy” for the Syrian Government.

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Zahra Ahmad Ali Hasanain
Zahra Ahmad Ali Hasanain
2015-01-17 18:45

wahabi un-ISIS l.a.