Ten doctors who refused to treat wounded Islamic State militants faced a familiar punishment meted out by the terror group – bullets to their heads, according to a report.
A photograph shows the doomed docs being shot 15 miles south of Mosul, the group’s stronghold in the northern Iraqi desert, the Daily Mail reported.
Several ISIS fighters were injured in battles in the Hammam al-Alil area but the doctors refused to treat them because they opposed the militants’ activities.
The Iraqi Al-Sumaria satellite TV network reported their killings as news emerged of the executions of 60 Sunni tribal fighters at the hands of jihadists in Anbar province.
ISIS fighters accused the members of the Al-Karableh, Albu Ubaid, Albu Mahal and Albu Salman tribes of collaborating with the Iraqi security forces.