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Girl 'is stoned to death by Syrian fundamentalists for having a FACEBOOK account'

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A Syrian girl has been stoned to death for opening a Facebook account, it has been claimed.

The girl, named in media reports as Fatoum Al-Jassem, was sentenced to death by a Sharia court in Al-Reqqa after it ruled having a Facebook account was immoral behaviour.

She was taken to the court by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants after she was caught using the social networking site, it has been reported.

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ISIS militants have reportedly stoned a Syrian girl to death for having a Facebook account (file picture)

The court, which is under the jurisdiction of ISIS, ruled the act of being a member of the social network deserved to be punished the same way as adultery, according to examiner.com.

A report in the Arabic-language Al-Rai Al-Youm was picked up by the Fars news agency, a semi-autonomous organisation linked to the Iranian government.

The Iran regime has supported Bashar Al-Assad throughout the Syrian civil war.

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The ISIS is a pro-Al Qaida jihadist group that many fear is taking an iron grip over parts of Syria.

The group was formed in April 2013 and grew out of Al Qaeda's affiliate organisation in Iraq. It has since become one of the main jihadist groups fighting government forces in Syria.

It took over Al-Reqqa after rebels overran the city in March 2013. It was the first provincial capital to fall under rebel control.

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ISIS took over the city of Raqqa after rebels overran the city in March 2013. It was the first provincial capital to fall under rebel control (file picture)

Rebels who have voiced their opposition to ISIS have found themselves arrested and thrown in jail without trial.

The town’s women, meanwhile, have been ordered by ISIS via posters to ‘cover up their beauty’, according to CNN, and banned from seeing male doctors or even leaving home without a male relative.

One female activist drew comparisons between the once-liberal Raqqa and Taliban-ruled Afghanistan.

ISIS, THE EXTREMIST GROUP TAKING AN IRON GRIP OVER PARTS OF SYRIA

The ISIS is a pro-Al Qaida jihadist group that many fear is taking an iron grip over parts of Syria.

The group was formed in April 2013 and grew out of Al Qaeda's affiliate organisation in Iraq. It has since become one of the main jihadist groups fighting government forces in Syria.

The final 's' in the acronym Isis stems from the Arabic word 'al-Sham'. This can mean the Levant, Syria or even Damascus but in the context of the global jihad it refers to the Levant.

Its precise size is unknown, but it is thought to include thousands of fighters, including many foreign jihadists.

Analysts say non-Syrians constitute a majority of Isis's elite fighter corps and are disproportionately represented in its leadership.

It took over the city of Al-Reqqa after rebels overran the city in March 2013. It was the first provincial capital to fall under rebel control.

It also has a presence in a number of towns close to the Turkish border in the north of the country, and has gained a reputation for brutal rule in the areas that it controls.

The group has been operating independently of other jihadist groups such as the Nusra Front and has had a tense relationship with other rebels in Syria.

In July, a commander of the Western-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) was reportedly shot dead by Isis fighters in the coastal province of Lattakia.

There were also reports of deadly clashes between the two groups in the north-western province of Idlib. Isis also seized the northern town of Azaz from the FSA on 18 September.

There has also been friction with other Islamists. In November 2013, ISIS was accused of killing a prominent member of the Syrian Islamist rebel group Ahrar al-Sham.

In the most recent sign of continuing tension, ISIS suffered losses in two days of fighting against an alliance of other rebel forces in Aleppo and Idlib provinces.

*could be some propaganda stuff but I can assure you that those "ISIS" aren't very neighborly.

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Lovely.

Perhaps I ought to clarify that statement. What a disgrace.

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Bad situation right now in Syria. They essentially have two options Murderous Dictator Assad or Ruthless barbaric terroirst opposition? Tough call... Country like Saddam's Iraq or Country like Post-gadaffi Libya. Neither seem good. I hope somehow a third options comes but doesn't seem likely though.

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this is pretty mild by terrorist standards of Syria.. People get beheaded for less if you can believe that

Syria Is under an al Qaida/jihadi invasion. The worse collection of the worlds scum straight out of the middle ages have gathered in 1 place, And are trying to export a sick ideology that makes a strongman dictator assad look like Syria's saviour.

there is a reason after 3 years of onslaught from heavily backed terrorists, the Syrian arab army is still fiercely fighting, and reversing the battle both militarily/politically.

even western leaders are starting to see the government as the only saviour, and have changed their stance for assad the person to resign, but keep the Syria arab army/government mostly intact.

hopefully the warriors of the Syrian army can rinse Syria of this jihadi cancer....

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this is pretty mild by terrorist standards of Syria.. People get beheaded for less if you can believe that

Syria Is under an al Qaida/jihadi invasion. The worse collection of the worlds scum straight out of the middle ages have gathered in 1 place, And are trying to export a sick ideology that makes a strongman dictator assad look like Syria's saviour.

there is a reason after 3 years of onslaught from heavily backed terrorists, the Syrian arab army is still fiercely fighting, and reversing the battle both militarily/politically.

even western leaders are starting to see the government as the only saviour, and have changed their stance for assad the person to resign, but keep the Syria arab army/government mostly intact.

hopefully the warriors of the Syrian army can rinse Syria of this jihadi cancer....

I agree unlike what happened in Iraq Assad should only leave. but have the Army still intact and fight these terrorist scum. If the true opposition were smart they would have brokered a deal with Assad and separated themselves from the jihadis.

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Sounds like the supporting evidence for this actually happening is kind of shaky. I wonder if we'll get some better sources.

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this is pretty mild by terrorist standards of Syria.. People get beheaded for less if you can believe that

Syria Is under an al Qaida/jihadi invasion. The worse collection of the worlds scum straight out of the middle ages have gathered in 1 place, And are trying to export a sick ideology that makes a strongman dictator assad look like Syria's saviour.

there is a reason after 3 years of onslaught from heavily backed terrorists, the Syrian arab army is still fiercely fighting, and reversing the battle both militarily/politically.

even western leaders are starting to see the government as the only saviour, and have changed their stance for assad the person to resign, but keep the Syria arab army/government mostly intact.

hopefully the warriors of the Syrian army can rinse Syria of this jihadi cancer....

Al-Qaeda even disavowed the ISIS. That speaks volume about the organization when even al-qaeda doesn't want to be associated with you because you are too extreme....again, we are talking about al-qaeda.

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same here.. need more source until I can believe this happen... it's almost like how Kim fed his uncles to 30 dogs earlier... a little bit shaky on the evidence side... not that I dont believe it could actually happen...

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The Syrian army have to destroy the ISIS at all costs.

The Syrian government aren't exactly saints themselves. This is what I hate about the middle east: either you get a tyrannical dictator who abuses his power and accumulates wealth at the expense of his people, or some religious extremists...

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I think I'd rather be beheaded than stoned. I could barely watch a stoning on youtube. The guy's head deflated like a balloon and the savages cheered.

Anyway, it's hard to even feel bad. This crap has been going on for so long now it's the norm over there. Like George Carlin said - these sorts of things are a form of entertainment over here. We hear about it, we watch it on the news, we discuss it a little bit perhaps, and then move on.

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The Syrian civil war just keeps getting worst especially with ISIS emerging as one of the if not the dominant rebel group.

Imo ISIS cannot be allowed to take power in Syria at this point and I never thought I would say this but the best course of action appears to be backing the Assad regime. After ISIS is no longer a threat then find a way to remove Assad but at this point he is the lesser of the two evils.

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Propaganda at it's finest. An eye catching headline. A few simple sentences devoid of any details about the girl. Then once you're sympathetic, multiple paragraphs to convince you how terrible everything else is.

Propaganda is used as a tool in wars to capture the hearts and minds of the general population. Don't give yours away without some critical thought.

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Propaganda at it's finest. An eye catching headline. A few simple sentences devoid of any details about the girl. Then once you're sympathetic, multiple paragraphs to convince you how terrible everything else is.

Propaganda is used as a tool in wars to capture the hearts and minds of the general population. Don't give yours away without some critical thought.

This story is not propaganda. Every news story that disparages your opponent, or shows them in a bad light is not necessarily propaganda. A propaganda has to show only one side of the argument, and facts by themselves aren't an argument.

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It's immoral to have a Face Book account.

It's not immoral to stone a girl.

Sharia law, next best thing since....hmnnn...can't think of it being better than anything....

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If it's illegal to own a facebook in Syria, why would you have one? Follow the rules, and she would still be alive

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Sounds like this was a section of the country hijacked by rebels who are enforcing their own brand of the law. Our default position from the west however can be only outrage and condemnation.

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