Mosul: In another shocking incident in Mosul, the Islamic state of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), has reportedly executed 250 girls in northern Iraq after women refused to become sex slaves, as per sources.
 
According to reports, human rights were being widely violated in all IS-captured territories. Women were being treated as commodities and had no choice in choosing their spouses, when ISIS began selecting women of Mosul and forced them into marrying its members.
 
ISIS has called such marriages ‘temporary’. As per Kurdish officials, since ISIS took control over Mosul they have executed women who refused to submit to their ’temporary marriage’ practice.
 
In August last year, around 19 Mosul women were executed after they refused to be involved in sexual practice with the ISIS fighters.
 
In June 2014, ISIS captured Mosul after the Iraqi army gave up against them. Following their capture the ISIS has been carrying out its brutal activities in the region.