Now suspected foreign jihadis could end up facing tough justice over the border in Iraq. Both countries have suffered for years at the hands of the Islamic State group and Iraqi courts have already meted out hefty sentences to hundreds of foreign people detained on its soil, often after lighting-quick trials. The American military — which spearheads an international coalition fighting IS — has in the past shown itself willing to hand those captured in Syria to the authorities in Iraq. Belkis Wille of Human Rights Watch said the organization knows of at least five instances in which U.
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ISIS extremists torture Syrian girl to death - ARA News
By David K. A Spanish journalist who was imprisoned by ISIS for more than six months says he was subjected to mock executions, torture and other sadistic mind games — with Jihadi John among the sickos in charge. Javier Espinosa said British jihadist Mohammed Emwazi, dubbed Jihadi John , once taunted him while holding a blade to his neck. Unimaginable pain. The El Mundo reporter, who was on assignment for the Spanish daily when he was abducted in September , described his dealings with the bloodthirsty psychopath — including the detail that Emwazi took incredible pleasure in describing a sliced jugular during this mock execution.
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Samira Salih al-Nuaimi was seized from her home on Sept. She was killed on Monday, the U. Her Facebook page appears to have been removed since her death. The extremists now rule a vast, self-declared caliphate straddling the Syria-Iraq border in which they have imposed a harsh version of Islamic law and beheaded and massacred their opponents.
Prisons risk becoming holy war academies. Cells meant for 20 people hold up to Petty criminals are jailed with extremist recruiters. For Mgr Warhuni, long-term projects are need to uproot jihadi ideology.