MFA: ISIS militants forced Ukrainian captives to adhere to Sharia
Ukrainian doctors were threatened that if someone leaves the city, others will suffer
13 Ukrainian physicians who were released from ISIS captivity, talked about staying with ISIS militants.
In particular, the "Islamic state" militants forced Ukrainian doctors to strictly observe the Sharia laws, stated Ukrainian Ambassador to Libya Mykola Nagornyi.
"Since the beginning of the conflict, many Ukrainian doctors have left the country. But 1200 physicians remained to work in different places and areas, including in central Libya, which is now controlled by the ISIS. Militants have noticed that the number of medical personnel decreased, they gathered physicians and placed them in one of the houses. Doctors were forced to behave under the laws of Sharia and threatened that if someone leaves the city, others will suffer, "- said the Ambassador.
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