ISIS terror group has executed an Iraqi teenager in southern Kirkuk, after accusing him of spying for the Kurdish Peshmerga forces, local sources reported on Saturday.
The 15-year-old boy was arrested by ISIS militants earlier on Tuesday.
“The terrorists group claimed that after interrogations the teenager confessed that he has been spying for the Kurdish Peshmergas,” a local sources told ARA News, speaking on condition of anonymity. “They executed him by firing squad.”
Also, the pro-ISIS Amaq News Agency released a video tape showing the execution of the blindfolded young man, claiming he was “a spy for the pro-Crusaders Kurdish troops”.
This comes amid intensifying clashes between the Kurdish forces and ISIS militants in the southern suburb of Kirkuk Governorate, where the radical group still holds several villages.
The ISIS hardline group has recently executed dozens of people on similar charges in Syria and Iraq.