ISIS has reportedly tossed a man believed to be gay off a high-rise in Syria as part of their continued war on the LGBT community, the Daily Mail UK reported.
Images have emerged of the man, who was supposedly being punished for a “homosexual affair”, less than a month after ISIS extremists threw two other allegedly gay men off a building.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claims the blindfolded man, believed to be in his 50s, sat on a plastic chair before he was hurled from the top of a seven-story tower block in the town of Tal Abyad.
Human rights witnesses on the ground report a crowd stoned him to death after he managed to survive the fall.
Islamic law condemns homosexuality and requires anyone sentenced to be thrown from the highest point of the city as punishment.
Last month, U.K. based Pink News reported two men were thrown from the top of a high-rise and that two others were crucified in front of a crowd as part of punishment for being gay.