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Gruesome Pictures Emerge After ISIS Stones 'Gay Men' to Death in Syria

Gruesome Pictures Emerge After ISIS Stones 'Gay Men' to Death in Syria

Terror Monitor

A terrorism watchdog group published photographs — some of which are very graphic — that it says show the stoning of two men believed to be gay.

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More evidence of unbridled horror has leaked out of Syria, revealing militants with the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria targeting men who are accused of being gay.

Terror Monitor, an international group that keeps its eyes on terror organizations, published a set of pictures that show two men, before and after they were stoned to death, reports Towleroad.

The photographs, some of which graphically depict the bloody aftermath of the stoning, were shared via Twitter.

You can see them here, but be warned: Some readers may find them too disturbing to view.

This incident is just the latest in a string of vile acts by the radical Islamic group across the Middle East, including public executions of men and boys accused of being gay.

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