Millions of refugees are starving.
But the terror group IS burnt several tons of US aid to Syrian refugees. The reason: "it was not halal", IS writes on their jihad accounts on social media.
Outside Akhtarin the Syrian Aleppo's IS-religious police, Al-Hesbah, stopped two large lorries transporting US aid food to Syrian refugees, and then burned large parts of its contents.
The shipment consisted of several tons of chicken from Koch in the US, as well as green and red apples.
Multiple twitter accounts linked to IS, but also the IS-Internet forum has now posted pictures of the load. According to IS they burned the chickens for not being halal-slaughtered.
But the cartons was clearly marked with detailed information of the content and where it stated that the slaughter took place according to Islamic standard.
More than six million Syrian refugees are affected by the war and many of them are in the besieged areas. The UN is doing everything it can to open safe corridors for refugees.
It is not the first time that IS commit crimes against the civilian population in Syria.
They execute civilians, captured soldiers and rebels, and burns everything contrary to the extreme interpretation of Islam, such as tobacco, alcohol, musical instruments, western clothes and now chickens.
According to the date on the images, the aid shipment was burned a week ago outside Aleppo.
ISIS points out "we burned the non-halal-slaughtered chickens but we kept the apples".
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