ISIS Carries Out First Public Stoning in Raqqa, Syria
Sharia in action–
ISIS terrorists stoned a woman to death after she was accused of adultery.
ISIS terrorists held their first public stoning in Raqqa province in Syria on Thursday. A woman accused of adultery was stoned to death in a public square
The Daily Star reported:
Jihadists in the northern Syrian province of Raqqa have accused a woman of adultery and stoned her to death, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Friday.
It was the first “execution” of its kind by the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) group in Syria, which has proclaimed the establishment of an Islamic “caliphate” straddling Syria and Iraq.
“ISIS carried out its first sentence of death by stoning against a woman in Tabaqa, accusing her of adultery,” said the Britain-based Observatory, referring to a town in Raqa province, most of which is under ISIS control.
An activist in the province confirmed the report, and said the stoning took place in a public square in the Tabaqa market area Thursday evening.
“This is the first time that this has happened here,” added Abu Ibrahim.