Raqqa: The ISIS terrorist group executed 21 of its own members in the northeastern city of Raqqa on charges of fleeing the battlefield, informed sources said.
“At least 21 members of the Daesh were arrested by the Takfiri terrorist group’s security forces and executed on charge of escaping battles against the Syrian government forces across the country,” the source said adding, “A number the Daesh commanders have also been relocated to the terrorist group’s positions in Iraq.”
Earlier this month, the Daesh executed 15 of its own members in Raqqa on charges of assassinating one of the group’s senior commanders.
“The Daesh arrested at least 35 of its own members on Saturday on charge of leaking information about the secret hideout of Abu al-Hija’ al-Tounisi, who was killed in an air raid on Wednesday,” sources said.
“The Daesh security forces in Raqqa found 15 of the arrested members guilty and sentenced them to death penalty,” the statement added.