The father of one of the Egyptian Coptic men killed in Libya by the Islamic State (Asmaa Waguih/Reuters)
The Islamic State reportedly burned 45 people to death and has been harvesting their organs to finance their mission, according to news reports.
Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Mohamed Alhakim told the U.N. that bodies killed by ISIS have been found without parts.
“We have bodies. Come and examine them. It is clear they are missing certain parts,” The Independent reports Alhakim saying, though ISIS fighters deny the claims.
Alhakim’s report came mere hours after the U.N. was informed that as many as 45 people were rounded up in the Iraqi town of al-Baghdadi.
Written by Jessilyn Justice
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