Daesh reportedly conducted two public crucifixions in Raqqa to punish a pair of men it said were Western spies.
The two men, Amin Sorour and Manzel Aqeel Hamad, were allegedly spying on Daesh for the US-backed coalition of countries that has declared war on the Sunni militant group.
Daesh militants apparently tied both men to a cross in a public square in the Syrian city and shot them in the head.
The New York-based entertainment site Heavy.com also reported that the two men were publicly crucified as punishment for their alleged spying. Heavy.com cited a terrorist channel in "Wilayat ar-Raqqa" as the source of its report, and included some more gory photos of the executions (viewer discretion is advised!)
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