ISIS executes female student for ‘working with U.S.-led coalition’
ISIS described the student as more ‘dangerous than the coalition’s strikes’ because she assisted the shelling of 50 sites belonging to the militant group
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has allegedly executed a female university student in the militant-held Iraqi province of Mosul for providing the U.S.-led coalition information on whereabouts of the Islamist group, a local news website reported Tuesday.
A source, who spoke under condition of anonymity, told the independent Al-Sumaria News said ISIS executed the student in front of residents of Josak neighborhood in Mosul.
In June last year ISIS captured Mosul - Iraq’s second largest city.
The source said ISIS described the student as more “dangerous than the coalition’s strikes” because she assisted the shelling of 50 sites belonging to the militant group.
It is reported that the student vowed to take vengeance against ISIS after the militant group executed her brother, who was a military officer.
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