The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After running away from her husband with her male relative from Al-Raqqah, the “Islamic State” execute a Syrian leader’s wife and her relative in the countryside of Aleppo

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was able to document the details of an execution of a Syrian woman, 22-year-old from Al-Raqqah province and one of her male relatives, at the hands of the “Islamic State”, during the last week.

In the details documented by the Syrian Observatory via several reliable sources, Mrs. (M. A.) is the wife of a Syrian leader in the organization of the “Islamic state”, and a sister of a member in the organization too, she was married to the leader after “forcing her” to do so by her brother after the death of her father, but after months of the marriage she was able to secure a way to escape, and so she did and escaped to al-Ra’ei area which is controlled by the “Islamic state” in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, and the reliable sources confirmed that the wife of the Syrian leader managed to get out of Al-Raqqah city accompanied by her male relative, and then they went to the “Islamic State” controlled areas in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, waiting to secure a road to get to Turkey through al-Ra’ei area, but both of them were arrested after raids carried out by members of the organization in the town, they were taken to the organization’s detention camps, to be executed near the area of al-Etihad University in Manbej area about 5 days ago, the sources also noted that both of them and their families are from Aleppo province and they were displaced to the city of Raqqa a long time ago.

Also SOHR received confirmed reports about the execution of several girls by the “Islamic State” because they tried to get out of al-Bab city in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has published a few days ago that the “Islamic state” continues to prevent the exit of citizens from al-Bab area, in conjunction with intensive aerial bombardment witnessed by the city for days, and military operations for The Syrian Democratic Forces near the western banks of the Euphrates River, and the advancement of the regime forces from the side of Kweires airbase in the eastern countryside of Aleppo.