A 22-year old woman was executed by the Islamic State (Isis) in the Syrian city of Deir al-Ezzor 'for talking disparagingly' about the Sunni terror group on WhatsApp.
The woman from the Syrian town of Khasham was executed after being kept imprisoned for over two months, UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported on Monday, 21 September.
Isis terrorists had detained the woman from her house, in which she lived with her parents and a brother.
The terrorists told her parents that they had found a WhatsApp conversation the woman had with her brother and another man, in which she spoke disrespectfully about the Caliphate.
The SOHR report also noted that in the last 14 months, Isis has executed 95 women and young girls on charges as ridiculous as 'disrespecting the caliphate' and not wearing proper hijab.
In Isis held areas around Deir al-Ezzor, the Sunni group has banned Internet to suppress the flow of information, according to Al Bawaba.
Isis has imposed rules to prevent media and human rights activists from reporting on the atrocities by the terrorist group against civilians, media rights activist Sarai al-Din told online news agency ABNA 24.