Terrorists of the ISIS on Tuesday burned four civilians to death in Syria’s eastern city of Deir ez-Zor, after accusing them of supporting Kurdish forces, activists and eyewitnesses reported.
The ISIS Police, also known as Diwan al-Hisba, arrested the four men three months ago. They were eventually charged with supporting Kurdish forces in Syria.
ISIS also accused the four men of leaking security information about the group’s movements in Deir ez-Zor to the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).
The Sharia Court of Deir ez-Zor said in a statement that after “interrogations” the suspects “confessed” to have been supporting and cooperating with the YPG against the so-called Caliphate.
“The ISIS Court called for the most brutal punishment for those four men. ISIS terrorists burned them to death in public on Tuesday evening,” Ahmed Ramadan, spokesman of the campaign ‘Deir ez-Zor Is Being Slaughtered Silently’ (DBSS), said.
The victims were charged with treason and apostasy, according to the source.
“Hundreds of people witnessed the execution, including the victims’ families who were forced to watch their sons being burned to death,” an eyewitness said.
After burning them, ISIS reportedly threw the victims’ bodies into the Euphrates River.