At least 420 members of the Islamic State (IS, ISIS or Daesh) have been killed by their own people during the last 18 months, according to a British human rights group.
Those executed were either deserters, or suspected of spying.
Most of the killed were foreigners. ISIS recruited 30,000 from many countries. About 20% of its fighters came from Western European countries, professor Peter Neumann from King’s College in London told Globalo..
It appears that apart from the risk of getting killed by coalition forces and US, British, French, or Russian air-strikes, they should also be worrying about the paranoia of the deadly caliphate they are signing on to.
In total, the human rights group estimates that ISIS has killed 3707 people,
2001 of which were civilians, including 106 women and 77 children.