Two of the photos show a man being held by Isis militants before being pushed to his death, while another displays the large crowd gathered to watch the barbaric act.
Further shocking photographs, which are too graphic to be published, show the man’s body after being thrown from the top of the building in the Iraqi city of Mosul
A caption on one of the photographs explains that the man had committed a crime of ‘the people of Lot’, meaning that he is alleged to have committed an act of sodomy, and was ‘thrown from a high place’ as punishment.
It is not the first time that the group has carried out barbaric persecution of homosexuals in Syria in Iraq.
Two men were stoned to death in the Syrian city of Raqqa in November, while a separate incident last December saw a gay man thrown off a rooftop and stoned to death for committing an alleged act of blasphemy.