An Iraqi woman has reportedly killed a senior commander of the Islamic State (ISIS), identified as Abu Anas, three months after he made her a sex slave by forcing her to marry his militant comrades.
According to the spokesman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in Mosul, Saeed Mamouzini, the woman killed the terrorist in Tal Roman district, west of Mosul, a city which has been a hot bed for the ISIS terrorists since 2014.
Two days earlier, the militants brought non-Iraqi women to Mosul as sex slaves, following an order by their regional leader, Ibrahim al-Samarrai (aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi).
According to Russia Today, some believe that the woman belongs to the Yazidi-Kurdish minority. It is unclear what happened to the woman after she killed the commander.
Reports reveal that the militants loyal to ISIS executed 19 women in July and 15 women in August after they had refused to get married to the militants.
An earlier report suggested that ISIS mastermind Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had given a direct order to transport an unspecified number of “non-Iraqi” women into Mosul so that they could be used as sex slaves.
The militants were said to have established a number of sex slave markets in the second largest city in Iraq where they often stripped the women naked and auction them to the highest bidder as a sex slave.
The United Nations official special envoy, Zainab Bangur, earlier revealed that a Yazidi woman had to restore her virginity 20 times by repairing her hymen before getting married to ISIS militants.
In 2014, the militant group released a pamphlet claiming that militants were allowed to have sex with Yazidi women, especially with those who were virgins.
It was further learnt from the pamphlet stressed that in a case where the woman is not a virgin, she has to “purify” her uterus before having sex.