ISIS executes two people tried to escape from Hawija

Archival photo
Archival photo

( Kirkuk – A local source in Kirkuk Province announced on Wednesday, that the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) executed two people by firing squad while trying to escape from the areas controlled by ISIS in Hawija south-west of Kirkuk (250 km north of Baghdad).

The source said in a press statement followed by, “ISIS fighters arrested, before noon today, two people who tried to escape from Hawija to Hamrin Mountains in order to reach the secured areas by the security forces.”

The source added, “ISIS fighters took the two civilians to the center of Hawija and executed them by firing squad on charges of leaving the land of Jihad and Caliphate, in addition to cooperating with al-Hashed al-Shaabi and the security forces.”

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