This is the moment ISIS thugs hurled a prisoner from a roof top before a baying mob of fanatics pelted his corpse with rocks - for the 'crime' of being gay.
The victim was dragged to the top of a building in Maslamah City in war-torn Aleppo, Syria, having been accused of 'homosexual relations'.
He was then launched face first from the edge of the roof and plunged to his death inches away from a crowd of onlookers.
Another picture shows men throwing rocks at his body.
Earlier, the terror group's religious police had read out the charges against the unnamed man who was then blindfolded ahead of his execution.
Some 100,000 Iraqi government troops, Kurdish security forces and mainly Shi'ite militiamen are participating in the assault on Mosul that began on October 17, with air and ground support from a US-led coalition.
The capture of Mosul, the largest city under control of ISIS, is seen as crucial toward dismantling the caliphate which the militants declared over parts of the Iraq and Syria in 2014.
'That is certainly possible and again it is going to be a tough fight,' Carter said when asked if the recapture would be complete before January 20, when Trump starts his presidency.
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Monday, December 5, 2016