INTERNATIONAL: ISIS beheads women for the first time

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THE NEW YORK POST – The hardline Islamic State group has beheaded two women in Syria, the first time it has decapitated female civilians, the founder of a group monitoring the war said on Tuesday.

The beheadings took place in the eastern Deir al-Zor province this week, said Rami Abdulrahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks the conflict using sources on the ground.

One of the women was beheaded along with her husband in Deir al-Zor city. In al-Mayadeen city to the southeast, the group beheaded another woman and her husband. All of them were accused of sorcery, the monitor said.

Islamic State has beheaded local and foreign men in Syria, including enemy combatants, aid workers and journalists as well as people it has deemed to be violating its hardline interpretation of Islamic law.



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  2. Go learn the history of the middle east before yall voice yall opinions.wat Amercia Rome(catholic church) England Spain by extention Europe did to them first!!!!!.then you will at least understand y it is easy for them to die for wat they belive in.

  3. dont you worry yall isis bastards yall wont live for long your day of terrorizing humanity will come to a end. haveant you noticed all evil heads that rised to conquer were eventually struck down look at Hitler look at Saddam look at gadaffi look at osama and his tali-ban crew and guess who is next. YOU!!!!!!!!!

  4. nuke all the dirty bastards - they think by killing they can rule and take what they want, but they did learn that from the US - seriously

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