Isis militants have murdered another person after he was found “guilty” of homosexuality by a sharia court.
The man was bound and blindfolded and then thrown off a roof top in Iraq’s al-Furat province.
Images have been released online, showing the hapless victim being escorted up the building’s stairwell.
He’s then seen standing on the edge of the roof before being thrown to his death by gunmen as a crowd gathers below.
Further gruesome photos show close ups of the man’s battered body on the ground.
Since June 2014, the group has proudly distributed images and videos of dozens of brutal public killings of gay men and those accused of being gay. It’s been claimed that in some cases undercover Isis members set up ‘dates’ with gay men in order to lure, capture and execute them.
Earlier this month it was reported that a 15-year-old boy was executed for having sex with a senior Isis leader, who was himself spared the death penalty.
Isis is a proponent of a radical interpretation of sharia religious law which allows for the execution of people for “morality” crimes, including adultery and homosexuality.
Most victims of Isis gay executions have been beheaded, thrown off the top of buildings or stoned.