Islamic State (Daesh) militants have executed three residents of Syria’s Raqqa, which is a terrorists’ stronghold in the war torn country, a spokesperson for the local militia forces said.
“Today, Daesh terrorists crucified three Raqqa residents,” the spokesperson told RIA Novosti.
According to the spokesperson, these people were accused of helping local residents to flee Raqqa and go to the northern part of the Raqqa province, which is not under Daesh control.
Syria, along with neighbouring Iraq, has been suffering from the advance of Daesh terrorist group, which is outlawed in Russia and the Untied States as well as in many other countries. The radical group has become notorious for its brutal acts of terrorism and human rights atrocities.