This crowd brought their children to watch ISIS brutally execute a ‘gay’ man
Yet another huge crowd has gathered to watch ISIS execute a man accused of being gay – some even brought their children. Beware – some of the images below show violence, and may be disturbing to some.
The latest execution took place in Mosul, northern Iraq.
The man, accused of being gay, was thrown from a high building.
He was first led out by two ISIS killers, who carried out the execution, and was “found guilty” by a man posing as a judge, wearing a mask.
The photos, which show a crowd of hundreds, some with children, were the latest to be released by ISIS.
They show the victim being led to the top of the building, and then his body at the bottom.
Some of the images were too graphic to show on PinkNews.
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This is the latest in a spate of killings by ISIS, of men accused of homosexuality.
Last week, another video, shot in Palmyra, showed two Syrian men be thrown off a building before being stoned to death.
The terrorist group, which operates predominantly across Syria and Iraq, is notorious for filming videos in which captives – usually Westerners or opposing fighters – are brutally slaughtered.
It has also taken to executing men it claims are gay, by throwing them off of tall buildings and pelting them with rocks in IS-produced videos.
Members of the terrorist group, which has published a number of graphic videos featuring the murder of supposed gay men, holds power across parts of Iraq, Syria and Libya.