Visit Counter

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

And they call this a religion!

ISIS throw 15-year-old boy off a roof for being gay... but the terror chief who raped him is let off

This is how twisted Islam is. They threw a 15-year-old boy off a roof for being gay. He was not considered gay butt for the faggot fuck below Abu Zaid al-Jazrawi who "raped" him. To you and I this makes no sense. But in the Islamic world, it's perfectly rational. Another example of how their mind works:

 A woman in Yemen is walking down the street bothering no one. Suddenly she is attacked and raped by 3 rag heads in an ally. The punishment? She gets stoned to death and her assailants go free.


A teenage boy has reportedly been thrown off a roof by ISIS militants in Syria after he was accused of being homosexual, but the Islamist who raped him was spared a death sentence.

The 15-year-old boy was pushed to his death off a high building in Deir ezzor province in Syria.

The ISIS commander who raped him is believed to be Abu Zaid al-Jazrawi, who previously appeared in a video showing child soldiers executing prisoners in a sickening twist on the game of hide and seek.

Al-Jazrawi was reportedly flogged and sent to fight on the frontline in Iraq as punishment. 

A 15-year-old boy was thrown off a roof to his death by ISIS militants after being accused of being homosexual. The ISIS chief who raped him, Abu Zaid al-Jazrawi (believed to be pictured), was spared a death sentence

ISIS have previously released footage of men being executed after they were accused of being homosexual (file picture of previous execution)

One witness said that the execution took place in public, in front of a large gathering of local civilians in the area.

Video footage and photos have yet to emerge of the incident, which was revealed by ARA News.

'The boy was accused of being engaged in a homosexual relation with the prominent ISIS officer Abu Zaid al-Jazrawi,' media activist Sarai al-Din told ARA News. 

'Abu Zaid was forced to leave Syria and join the fighting fronts in northwestern Iraq. The decision has been taken by the ISIS leadership,' al-Din said. 

It has been claimed the boy was arrested inside the house of the ISIS commander, who is originally thought to be from Saudi Arabia.

Homosexuality is considered an offense punishable by death, in accordance to ISIS's radical interpretation of Sharia law.


No comments :