Monday, February 15, 2016

Four Women Stoned to Death in Iraq for Adultery; Sharia Law Has No Punishment for Men Involved

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has executed four women in the city of Mosul in Iraq's northwestern Nineveh province for "committing adultery," the BBC website reports today (February 15,  2016).

"The four victims were arrested on Wednesday [February 10] in a raid by ISIS jihadis," said Raafat Zarari, spokesman of the Nineveh media center.

The ISIS-led Sharia Court issued a decision to publicly execute the four women, without mentioning any details about the men with whom they supposedly committed adultery.

"The four women were stoned to death Thursday [February 11] in front of a large crowd of people in central Mosul," Zarari reported.

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