ISIS hangs two boys for eating in Ramadan
Syria: Terrorist group ISIS, that has recently been in news for brutality, hanged two youths on Monday for eating during daylight hours in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
The Syrian Observatory of Human Rights said that ISIS hanged two boys, aged under-18, from a crossbar.
The victims remained hanged in the public square until Monday evening. Nobody was allowed to approach their corpses.
A placard attached to the bodies of two reads ‘they broke the fast with no religious justification'.
Throughout the month of Ramadan, believers abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and having sex from dawn until sunset.
Recently, ISIS militants had executed 10 doctors who refused to treat wounded members of the terrorist organisation.
ISIS militants have captured vast territories in Syria and Iraq and carried out its brutal method of killing citing the Islamic Shariah law.