Reports out of Syria claim that a prominent 'outspoken' female politician was executed by the ISIS after the Sharia court found her guilty of 'espionage.'
Saada Al Ahmad was one of the leaders of "Al-Harakat Al-Sha'abiyya Al Qawimiyyeh Al-Massaanda", a political group that was actively working in Raqqa to unify the Syrian citizens and to bring the violence in the country to an end, reported Al-Masdar Al-'Arabi.
It is reported that Al Ahmad was increasingly motivating people to come together to form a democratic government. She also had spoken out against the 'Islamist' movement in the country, which was causing much blood-shed.
She was reportedly arrested by ISIS several months ago, but the details of her being 'alive or dead' was mostly undisclosed until recently, when the Islamic State militants started posting pictures of her body claiming that she had been executed for 'espionage.'
A report by Palestine Voice noted that ISIS posted rather "gruesome images of her deceased remains" in local newspapers in Raqqa. However, details of her execution have not been revealed yet.
The Sharia court reportedly labelled her a "traitor" as she was opposed to ISIS, but supported the Syrian government.
However, the Syrians hold her high in esteem as she was considered a patriot of high-standing. Reports claim that the female politician used to live in Oman, but was deported in 2012, after she attacked a man, who tried to tear down the Syrian flag at the Country's Embassy there.
This is second time that ISIS has executed a woman political activist. Earlier in September, an Iraqi lawyer and human rights activist was killed by Islamic State fighters, after she put up a post on her Facebook page condemning the "barbaric" bombing and destroying of mosques and shrines in Mosul.
Sameera Salih Ali al-Nuaimy, was tortured for several days before a masked firing squad executed her in public, The New York Times had reported.