In a series of photographs released by the religious fanatics, the terrified man sits blind-folded on a plastic chair as a grinning executioner takes pictures of the crowd below.
Sick Islamic terrorists pushed a man off a building for being gay – and then stoned his lifeless body as it lay on the ground.
In a series of photographs released by the religious fanatics, the terrified man – who appears to be in his 50s – sits blind-folded on a plastic chair as a grinning executioner takes pictures of the crowd below.
The victim can then be seen falling to his death from the high building in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
A third picture taken from above by the man’s killers shows a crowd – including children - gathering around the broken body to hurl rocks.
Jihadists apparently read out his "judgement" before carrying out the sentence – that he should be thrown from the highest point in the city for being gay.
It is the fourth time in a few weeks that the jihadist group has used the brutal execution method for alleged homosexuality.
After claiming they found videos on his mobile phone showing him 'practising indecent acts with males,' a 20-year old man was stoned to death in the Syrian province of Deir Ezzor in late November, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The London based activist group also claimed that an 18-year-old man was subjected to the same punishment in a separate incident.
Public executions are popular with the group who rule parts of northern Iraq and Syria with an iron fist, meting out harsh punishments for actions they see as violating their interpretation of Islamic law, such as adultery, stealing and blasphemy.
The regime recently beheaded an innocent man in Syria for entertaining beleaguered citizens with magic tricks just like global superstar Dynamo.
And last month in Iraq Islamic State killers butchered 13 football fans for tuning into watch Iraq take on Jordan in the Asian Cup.