Syria: Islamic State militants stone to death a woman and a man in Manbej

A protest against the quaint Islamic custom of stoning people to death

Reliable sources informed SOHR activists that IS carried out the punishment of “Stoning to death” on charge of “adultery” against married man and woman on the outskirts of Manbej city in the northern eastern countryside of Aleppo after Friday prayer, where some militants and people carried out the punishment.

In November 25, IS executed a young man in the charge of being in “Sexual situations” with boys, after seizing his phone and finding videos for him in sexual situations with males, ISIS executed him in al-Bakara turning in al-Myadin city in front of many civilians. SOHR activists also reported that the IS stoned a man to death for the same reason in al-Takaia street in al-Hamedia, Der-Ezzor.

in July 17, Islamic State carried out, for the second time in 24 hours, the punishment of Al- Rajem (stoning to death for adultery) against another woman in the city of Al Raqqa in a square near the Municipal Stadium, where the IS fighters threw her by stones to death after bringing a pickup full of stones because people refused to participate of stoning.

They also carried out the punishment of Al-Rajem (stoning to death for adultery) against a woman from the city of Al Tabaqa, where she was brought after Eshaa Prayer to the Popular Market in the city of Al Tabaqa and stoned to death. It was cleared that the woman was 26 years old and she was a widow named SH.M.A.