A UN report has been released indicating that ISIS militants have kidnapped countless women and young girls and used them as sex slaves, in addition to committing other potential war crimes.
A UN report claims that brutal ISIS militants are kidnapping and forcing young girls to become sex slaves for Jihadist fighters.
In the document, it also claimed that air strikes by the Iraqi government against the Sunni militants had caused "significant civilian deaths," by hitting villages, a school and hospitals in violation of international law.
According to the report, the Jihadist group has committed "rape and other forms of sexual and physical violence perpetrated against women and children," alongside "forced recruitment of children, looting of property, and denial of fundamental freedoms," along with a string of other crimes.
The news comes just hours after the harrowing tale of two Yazidi teens who managed to escape the brutal militant group.
One girl told the Global Post news service: “We would try to make ourselves look ugly. Some women would cry or scream or fight, but it made no difference. They were always taken anyway.”
“One girl hanged herself,” she continued. “Another tried, but the ISIS guards stopped her and beat her very badly. No one else tried after that.”
Meanwhile, the distressed teenager claims that the pair were forced to watch sick videos depicting the beheading of Yazidi men.
“In some [videos] they put the heads into cooking pots,” the anguished victim recalled. “Sometimes they would stand on them. There were so many heads. And they would ask us, ‘Do you know this one?’ and laugh.”
The girl, one of thousands kidnapped by the brutal terror group, only managed to escape when her captors attended Friday prayers.