ISIS has killed 15 of its own members in a mass execution over alleged ‘spying’ following the assassination of one of its terror chiefs.
The killings came after 35 members were arrested in Raqqa, Syria, on Saturday.
The action came following the assassination of senior Islamic State terror boss Abu Hija al-Tunisi, who died on Wednesday in an air strike.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights it is the largest massacre the terror group has carried out on its own members.
The SOHR said the 15 military commanders were killed in countryside near Raqqa for ‘espionage and corruption on Earth’ and ‘impersonating al-Hisba (ISIS religious police) members’.