• A new photo report released by Isis shows the execution of two gay men in Fallujah.Twitter/Isis
  • The two blindfolded gay men at the roof of a high-rise before the executionnull
  • An Isis Sharia judge reads out the punishment before the execution of two gay men in Fallujah.null

The Islamic State (Isis) terrorists have released a new photo report from the Iraqi city of Fallujah, showing the execution of two men, "punished" for being homosexuals.

The photo report released on social media on Monday by Isis supporters shows two blindfolded men being thrown off a roof in Fallujah on charges of "sodomy."

The images shows, an Isis Sharia judge reading out their crimes before a crowd of onlookers, while the two gay men stand on the roof of a high-rise.

After the reading out of the verdict, the Isis fighters throw down the two men, one by one as the crowd looks on in horror.

The Iraqi city of Fallujah in the Anbar province -- located roughly 69 kilometres west of Baghdad - was captured by Isis in June 2014.

Since then the radical Muslim terrorist group has imposed some its twisted versions of the Sharia law in the region. In Isis-controlled areas, the terrorist group even carries out special raids to arrest homosexuals.

There also have been instances where even Isis fighters have posed as gay men to trap homosexual men, who are later arrested and sometimes even stoned to death. 

In September, Isis publicly executed nine men and a boy aged 15 in Syria for being gay, according to Daily Mail.

Alarmed by the 'persecution' of homosexuals in Syria and Iraq by Isis, the UN Security Council held its first-even meeting on an LGBT-specific issue in August this year. 

Jessica Stern, executive director of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission at the meeting said that Isis' homophobic violence was inspiring other militias and 'private actors' to target gay people.