The so-called Islamic State (ISIS) allegedly executed 30 of their members in eastern Syria this week, Iraqi Kurdistan’s BasNews reported.
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - The so-called Islamic State (ISIS) allegedly executed 30 of their members in eastern Syria this week, Iraqi Kurdistan’s BasNews reported.
Citing the leader of the tribal forces of Al-Anbar, Qutri Al-Samarmad, it reported “information by the intelligence and eyewitnesses from Syrian regions said ISIS executed thirty of its members in Hegeen region in Syria, near al-Bu Kamal town on borders with Iraq from the side of Qaim town in Anbar.”
ISIS allegedly accused these members of collaborating with the Syrian and Iraqi authorities before they executed them.
No photos or videos have been released by the terrorist group to corroborate these claims.
The terrorist group typically releases statements, photos, and videos of their executions; however, they have yet to release anything regarding these incidents.