ISIS executes 27 people by electric chair in Mosul, says Kurdish official

Representational file photo.
Representational file photo.

( Dohuk – Media official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Mosul Saeed Mamouzini revealed on Tuesday, that ISIS has electrocuted 27 people, because of planning to carry out operations against the organization.

Mamouzini said in an interview for “The organization executed 27 people in the city of Mosul,” noting that “the execution was by electric chair in the old prison of Mosul.”

“The organization seeks to create new methods daily to instill fear among the population under its control,” pointing out that “their execution was on charges of planning to carry out operations against the organization,” Mamouzini added

Mamouzini stressed that “ISIS has executed more than 120 people in Mosul a few days ago on charges of organizing a coup.”

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