Judge executed for handing down too many death sentencesBy Mason White 1:45 PM March 13, 2015
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By: Wayne Morin
A judge of the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), was executed for handing down too many sentences, a spokesperson for ISIS said.
Activists who are supporting ISIS, have said on Twitter that the organization recently executed one of its Sharia judges on the grounds that he handed down too many death sentences.
ISIS also arrested Sheikh Abu Jaafar al-Hattab and a number of other judges after it executed Judge Abu Omar Al-Kuwaiti was executed.
ISIS leaders were angered by Al-Hattab’s position, believing that ignorance should not exempt persons from being charged and executed.
According to some jihadists in Tunisia, ISIS arrested Sharia Judge Abu Musab Al-Tunisi, for proclaiming several Taliban commanders and former leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden, as infidels.