ISIS stones two teenage girls to death for 'adultery' - but the men just get 50 lashes
Savagery: ISIS stoned two girls to death for adultery. File picture
Two teenage girls were savagely stoned to death by ISIS thugs in Syria - but the two men they were with escaped with just a whipping.
Hasna, 17, and Madiha, 16, died in the horrific and savage way in Deir ez-Zor city, eastern Syria, after being accused of committing adultery.
local media activist Ahmed Ramadan told ARA News: “The execution took place in the Hamidiya district of Deir ez-Zor on Tuesday afternoon, where hundreds of people gathered to witness the stoning of the two young girls.”
The ISIS-led Sharia Court released a statement claiming the girls were seized in a house "with two strangers" - an act strictly forbidden under Islamic State's twisted interpretation of Islam.
After an investigation by Sharia officials, "The victims were accused of committing adultery with two older men, identified by the Sharia Court as Abu Zubair al-Idlbi and Maher Hameed," the source reported.
The two men escaped the same sickening punishment as the girls and instead were publicly flogged with 50 lashes each.
“The decision of the Sharia Court raised the anger of Deir ez-Zor’s residents, who considered it unfair to kill the two girls by stoning and merely flog the men and set them free,” Ramadan added.