The woman was accused of ‘apostasy’ after the ISIS militant reported her for trying to persuade him to leave the terror group, activists in Syria said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the woman was believed to be in her 40s and was immediately arrested after the terror group was informed by his son regarding her comments suggesting that the US-backed alliance would wipe out the group.
The ISIS fighter has been identified as Ali Saqr al-Qasem and executed his mother with an assault rifle in front of a large crown in the city.
According to reports, the woman was likely subjected to a trial in the local Islamic court located in the city where she was found guilty of apostasy.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has executed hundreds of people in the areas under its control in wide areas of Syria and Iraq.
The group has executed over 2,000 Syrian civilians in the 18 months since it declares its ‘caliphate’ over the territory it controls in Syria and Iraq, the observatory said late in December last year.