A commander with the ISIS terrorist group in Syria’s northern province of Aleppo has been beheaded. He was charged with treason in the city called Jarablus yesterday.
Local sources reported that the prominent ISIS military commander Abu Mustafa was charged of high treason by the Sharia Court for attempting dissidence.
The 40-year-old military commander was beheaded in front of dozens of people at a public square. He was exposed to have hatched a plan of fleeing from the organization, a media activist Nasser Taljbini said.
According to Nasser’s report, “The ISIS-linked Hisba Police arrested Abu Mustafa two days ago near the Turkish border in the western countryside of Jarablus, while trying to flee to Turkey.”
Another anonymous witness who spoke to the Kurdish media explained that “after his arrest, the Sharia Court decided to behead the man in public on charges of high treason.”
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