Islamic State fighters have reportedly thrown another man, accused of being gay, off a building and stoned him to death after he survived the fall.
The campaigning group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, a Syrian-based campaign against ISIS and the Assad regime, have reported that a man accused of being gay was thrown from a building in Iraq and stoned on the ground after surviving the fall.
A crowd on the ground watched as a number of masked men, some of whom were pointing assault rifles at the victim, threw the man from a two storey building, a fall that would not have resulted in his death, but one that would have resulted in painful injuries.
One of the photos published shows the man mid-fall from the building, as up to eleven men are seen on top of the building. One of the men is flying a flag apparently bearing the symbol of ISIS. Meanwhile, a photo shows a large crowd of spectators, including children, watching the entire execution.
Homosexuality is forbidden under Islamic State. Men who are accused of homosexuality are often thrown from building tops, before being stoned to death as they lay defenceless on the ground from injuries sustained by the fall.
The pictures surfaced less than a month after two men were hugged by ISIS fighters before being put to death in Homs, in Syria.