ISIS militants slaughtered Filipinos in Marawi who could not recite Islamic prayer according to sources.
The death toll rose to 100 in the besieged city after Muslim militants stormed the city last week.
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Extremists allied with Islamic State are believed to have executed Filipinos in a besieged southern city of the Philippines because they could not cite Islamic prayers, as the death toll from six days of fighting rose to 100, with dozens wounded.
The bodies of eight men, most of them shot in the head with their hands tied behind their backs, have been found on the outskirts of Marawi, 830 kilometres south of Manila.
Residents who had fled the city told journalists the militants separated Christians and Muslims by those who could recite the prayers and took away those who could not.
Attached to one of the bodies was a sign that said “Munafik” (hypocrite).
— Wcn Conflict News (@NewsWcn) May 23, 2017