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ISIS kills 250 women for refusing to become sex slaves

  • The Islamic State executed 250 girls in Mosul city of northern Iraq when they refused to become temporary wife of jihadis. The rights of women in IS-held territories are being blatantly violated. They are being treated as commodities and have no right to choose their spouse. The girls, who were selected from Mosul after IS took control of  the second largest city, were forced to enter into marriage with militants and work as sex slaves. When the girls refused to submit to this so called 'sexual jihad', they were murdered alongside their families.