Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Female journalist has been beheaded in Syria for rejecting ISIS

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Ruqia Hassan also known by her pen name Nissan Ibrahim, was a Syrian independent journalist and blogger based in Raqqa, Syria. She was a member of the activist group known as Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently, and wrote frequently under the pen name Nissan Ibrahim. She is thought to be the first identified female citizen journalist executed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
She wrote in her final post to social media "I'm in Raqqa and I received death threats. When ISIL arrest me and kill me it's ok, because while they will cut off my head, I will have dignity, which is better than living in humiliation."
Since ISIS was defeated in Iraq and Syria many Western terrorists have been trying to return to their homeland in the West.
Let us not forget the crimes against humanity committed by the Islamic State terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria.
Western countries must revoke the citizenship of any terrorist who joined ISIS.
The United Kingdom, Canada and Australia must arrest ISIS terrorists who have already returned and prosecuted them for the crimes against humanity and brutal violations of women's rights, children's rights and minority rights that they have committed in the Middle East.