Raqqa: ISIS beheads Syrian man accused of ‘insulting the Caliphate’


ISIS militants beheading a man. File photo

ARA News 

URFA – The extremist group of Islamic State (ISIS) on Monday beheaded a Syrian man in the northeastern province of Raqqa for refusing to pray at the mosque, eyewitnesses told ARA News.

Faisal Nayif al-Hilal, 39, was arrested in the town of Tabqa in Raqqa province on charges of insulting the ISIS self-declared Caliphate.

The Sharia Court issued a decision to behead al-Hilal in public to terrorize Syrians who oppose ISIS’s orders.

“Al-Hilal was captured by ISIS militants in Tabqa town for refusing to pray at the mosque, telling the militants that he should be free to pray at home,” a local media activist told ARA News, speaking on condition of anonymity.

“The Sharia Court considered al-Hilal’s behavior as an insulting act to the Caliphate,” the source reported.  

Eyewitnesses said that the 39-year-old man was brutally beheaded in front of dozens of people in Raqqa’s central square on Monday evening. 

Reporting by: Jan Nasro

Source: ARA News

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3 thoughts on “Raqqa: ISIS beheads Syrian man accused of ‘insulting the Caliphate’”

  1. Telh says:

    Islam – don’t you just love it?

    1. Terry Butler says:

      Uhhh no I don’t love Islam.

  2. md Obaidullah says:

    injoy isis

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