Militant Group Posts Beheading Video Of 'Pakistani Spy'

Militant Group Posts Beheading Video Of 'Pakistani Spy'
A new militant group with the name of 'Majlis-e-Askari' posted a video of beheading a man purported to be a Pakistani ‘spy’, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Lakki Marwat district.

In the two-minute video shared on social media, the members purported to represent the group can be seen beheading the man and then fleeing the scene.

A week ago, another lesser known group ‘Ittehad-ul-Mujahideen’ claimed the killing and beheading of a Frontier Constabulary soldier in Janikhel, Bannu, according to local police.

According to the victim’s widow, around 20 men barged into their compound and shot her husband and son dead.

They then proceeded to behead the man’s body, saying they were doing so because of her husband’s ‘government’s job’.

The woman further said that her husband was employed with the Frontier Constabulary and that she didn’t have any dispute with anyone.

The militants took the head with them, later found hanging from a tree by the tribesmen.