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Eat, Drink, Get Crucified


Fighters from the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) are crucifying residents “every day” for violating fasting rules during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, according to a monitoring group.

What exactly are these fasting rules?

Fasting norms during Ramadan dictate that worshippers do not consume food or drink during daylight hours. ISIS is punishing those caught breaking these rules.

ISIS is killing people who dare to eat or drink during the day.


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