We read some newspapers say that Nissan Ibrahim is with our group we want to Confirm that she is not with #RBSS #IS pic.twitter.com/ffNkWHH9le— Abu Mohammed (@Raqqa_sl1) January 5, 2016
Isis terrorists executed first female journalist who reported from inside its territory. (Independent).
Isis has executed what is believed to be the first female citizen journalist for reporting inside its territory, Syrian media has reported.
The execution of Ruqia Hassan marks the fifth journalist who reported on Isis to be killed since October, according to Syrian journalism organisation Syria Direct.
Ms Hassan, who also went by the pseudonym Nisan Ibrahim on social media, was a independent reporter. Her death was confirmed by Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently (RBSS), a group exposing human rights abuses from within Syria.
Abu Mohammed, founder of RBSS, tweeted on Saturday that Ms Hassan’s last words were: “I’m in Raqqa and I received death threats, and when Isis [arrests] me and kills me it’s ok because they will cut my head and I have dignity its better than I live in humiliation with Isis [sic]”
One of her final posts on Facebook mocks Isis, also known as Islamic State, for banning Wi-Fi hotspots in the city of Raqqa. Her post, translated by Syria Direct, reads: "Go ahead and cut off our internet, our messenger pigeons won't complain."
The exact date of Ms Hassan’s execution is unknown, but her presence on social media stopped abruptly on July 21, 2015. Read the full story here.