Source Pravda.Ru

ISIS terrorists throw gay men off high-rise building in Palmyra

The Islamic State terrorist group (aka Daesh) conducted another public execution in Syria's Palmyra.

The terrorists have lynched two men, whom they suspected of homosexual orientation.

The two allegedly gay men, aged 21 and 32 years old, were begging for mercy, promising that they would no longer sin.

However, the terrorists blinded the men, tied their hands and simply pushed them off the top floor of a high-rise building as the crowd beneath was watching, The Sun reports.

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