ISIS sex markets: Girls aged one to nine are most valuable

ISIS sex markets: Girls aged one to nine are most valuable
IS has executed 19 captured girls because they refused to have sex with IS-fighters.

The girls were held hostage by IS in Mosul in Iraq.

It is a representative of the Kurdish Democratic Party in Mosul who has come with information that IS has executed 19 girls. The reason is that they refused to have sex with IS-fighter, writes Iraqi News.

The girls were allegedly held hostage in the IS controlled area of Mosul in Iraq, an area IS seized control of in June last year, claims the source.

An UN envoy, who has investigated the IS sex trade have said that girls are passed around as 'barrels of petrol' and that a girl could be sold to six different men.

The UN envoy also have confirmed a document suggesting that extremists sells Yazidi and Christian women and children they have kidnapped. Girls aged one to nine years old are most valuable to IS, writes Daily Mail.

Hundreds of girls and women were captured in Sinjar in northern Iraq last year.

Some of the girls and women who have been forced to be sex slaves, but managed to escape, have told how they were forced to marry fighters who abused them both sexually and physically.

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