And it’s NOT for what you think!
Amidst numerous daily activities in the Western world, Islamic Sharia law makes us once again grateful for the basic human rights that are protected under our Constitution.
By the ruling of the court, 13 teenage boys were publicly executed by ISIS for watching a program that many around the world were viewing at the same time: the Asian Cup.
The boys were caught watching the soccer match between Iraq and Jordan last week, an offense warranting the death penalty, reports Daily Mail.
The young fans had been watching the game in Mosul, an Iraqi city now overrun by ISIS insurgents and ruled by a barbaric Islamic caliphate.
All 13 children were rounded up and shot to death by a firing squad using machine guns, according to Daily Mail.
The crime was announced over a loudspeaker, an anti-ISIS activist group alleges.
“The bodies remained lying in the open and their parents were unable to withdraw them for fear of murder by the terrorist organization,” Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently (RIBSS) posted on its website, according to New York Post.
Watching the game was considered a violation of Sharia law, enough for even children to be sentenced to death.
ISIS is rapidly gaining power and finances, planning to expand their regime. They have no plan of ceasing slaughter until they establish a world caliphate.
“[ISIS] is a well-funded group, able to purchase cold-weather equipment,” one U.S. military official told the Post.
“Also, while there are some foreign fighters, the vast majority of [ISIS] are from the area, so they know how to adjust for weather conditions,” they added.