Local sources in Iraq report that ISIS forces killed 47 prisoners in Hawija. The number includes 12 of their own members executed for multiple reasons. The main reason for killing their comrades was fleeting the wars.
The execution is reported to have been filmed, but nothing has been published yet. There is no information about the method of execution either.
Hawija is a city in Kirkuk province in northern Iraq. The city has been controlled by ISIS forces since 2014. The execution was ordered by the mayor of Hawija at al-Bakara airbase.
Since its generation, ISIS has committed recurrent war and human crimes like mass killing civilians, executing the prisoners without trial, and using inhumane execution methods like firing or beheading.
Fleeting the areas under the control of ISIS, fighting poorly against Iraqi forces, and violating extreme religious codes are among some of the excuses that the group uses for executing the prisoners. Introducing themselves as the original performers of Islam, they are rejected by all Muslim countries around the world. This is while some Arab countries along with their western supporters had the main roles in foundation of the group.
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