ISIS releases new images of a man accused of being gay being thrown off a building
WARNING: The content and imagery within this article is extremely disturbing.
Islamic State (ISIS) has released yet more images of another man being thrown from a building for being gay, before being stoned to death.
Back in January, the extremist group executed two men for being gay. The men were thrown from a tall building. Some of the images were too graphic to display on PinkNews.
Now images reportedly out of Syria show another man accused of being gay being thrown from a building, before stoning him to death as he also survived the ordeal.
According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the killing took place on Tuesday in Syria.
Rami Abdurrahman, director of SOHR, told the Independent that the man was aged between 25 and 30 years old, and that he was believed to have survived the drop being being stoned.
In the images, the man is first thrown from the building
And is shown lying face down on the ground below
Mayor of London Boris Johnson yesterday said campaign group Cage should be condemning violent acts by ISIS, such as the killing of gay men, rather than pointing the finger at MI5 for the radicalisation of Mohammed Emwazi, known as ‘Jihadi John’.