AT News Report-KABUL: The brutality of the Islamic State (IS), also known as Daesh terrorist has been further debunked after the extremist group beheaded a 13-year-old boy in northern Jawzjan province, official said on Tuesday.
The innocent boy was abducted by the insurgents before to embrace martyrdom—he was under Daesh captivity for one month. The boy identified as Rahim, and he was publicly put in trail.
Provincial Governor Spokesman, Mohammad Reza, said the boy was killed following a public trial on Monday afternoon in Bato village of Darzab district—the home district of the boy.
In December of 2017, news regarding 300 Afghan children in northern Jawzjan province that were under militant training of Islamic State (IS) has been surfaced. It has been said three hundreds youths, who recently joined Daesh militants, are receiving training in the Darzab district—the place where the boy was beheaded.
According to reports over 80 percent of Darzab district in Jawzjan province is under the control of Daesh and the terror group has been engaged in recruiting campaign across the province.