ISIS terrorists has executed four men in Egypt and Iraq after accusing them of fighting or spying for their respective countries.
On May 7, the terrorist group’s news agency, Amaq, released a video showing the execution of two men in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. According to the group’s claims, the men were fighters in a tribal force loyal to the government.
Both men were shot in the head. ISIS claimed that the execution took place near the town of al-Amal to the southeast of the city of Arish.
On May 8, Amaq shared photos showing the execution of two men who supposedly worked as operatives for the Iraqi intelligence.
The two men were shot in the head in the area of al-Ratbah in the western Iraqi province of al-Anbar, according to ISIS’ Amaq.
To this day, ISIS cells maintain a fairly strong presence in both the Sinai Peninsula and their heartland in Iraq’s western region.
The terrorist group has relied on executions as a mean to intimidate and terrorize its opponents as well as civilians in its areas of influence since its rise in the Middle East in 2014. As the group grows desperate, it resorts to more violent methods.
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