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Wednesday, January 7, 2015


This monster of a man who was working with the dogs Daesh was known as a ruthless, brutal, monster who himself had been carrying out beheadings, for things like smoking cigarettes, blasphemy, and adultery.
The man was an Egyptian national and was known as the deputy “emir” of the al-Hesbah force in a Syrian province, the British-based the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Tuesday.
His body, which showed signs of torture, was found near a power plant in al-Mayadeen city in the Deir-al-Zor province, it said, citing contacts on the ground.
“We do not know whether Islamic State killed him or whether it was local people or other fighters,” said Rami Abdulrahman, who runs the Observatory, which reports on events in Syria through a network of contacts on the ground.
“Either way it is important, because he was a very important man,” he said, adding that he believed it was the first time that an al-Hesbah member had been killed in this way.
Islamic State, an offshoot of al-Qaida which has drawn in foreign fighters and is also known as Isil or Isis, has seized land in Syria and neighbouring Iraq. It has been the target of US-led air strikes in both countries since September.
The Observatory said the message “This is evil, you Sheikh” was found written on the corpse, which had a cigarette in its mouth. Residents in areas controlled by Islamic State have said the group has banned smoking in public.
Islamic State has fought with other insurgents and cracked down on local populations. It has also killed its own members for what it describes as violations. CLick here fo  r the rest of the article