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ISIS executed two Shiite men while visiting Iraq for pilgrimage

2018/05/27 | 15:15

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Two Shiite Iraqi men were savagely beheaded by Islamic Sate militants after being kidnapped for months in Iraq.

Ahmad Hasseb and his nephew, two Swedish nationals of Iraqi origins, visited Iraq last December for pilgrimage but went missing ever since before ISIS released a video last month featuring the two men being brutally executed.

The defeated Islamic State kidnapped the two men on the Kirkuk-Baghdad highway while heading to Baghdad International airport in order to return back to Sweden.

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