(The Daily Mail newspaper) Australian terrorist Neil Prakash strolled around Mosul with an armed posse and supervised barbaric executions in the city square.
The Melbourne-born man joined ISIS in 2013 and quickly rose to become a high-ranking leader who was considered ‘better’ than local fighters.
He and other foreign militants essentially ran the city and dished out medieval punishment for a range of ‘crimes’ against Sharia Law.
Mosul resident Yusuf Abbas said the weekly public punishments were carried out in the Bab al-Toub central square and always supervised by foreign fighters like Prakash, he told the Sydney Morning Herald.
Adulterers were whipped, thieves had their hands cut off, accused homosexuals thrown off a 10-storey building, and those with Iraqi military connections beheaded.