A recent ISIS propaganda article titled "Slave-Girls or Prostitutes?" reportedly justifies the rape and sex slavery of captured Yazidi women.
According to the Christian Post, the article's author, purportedly a woman named Umm Sumayyah Al-Muhajirah, writes:
"I swear by Allah, O you who feign to be knowledgeable and shout with falsehoods in every gathering, surely the slave markets will be established against the will of the politically correct.
"Some slave girls in our State are now pregnant," she added, "and some of them have even been set free for Allah's sake and got married in the courts of the Islamic State after becoming Muslims and practicing Islam well."
In the propaganda piece, Al-Muhajirah continued to defend ISIS' subjugation of women as sex slaves and argued that ISIS' aim "is sublimity for the religion and humiliation of whoever desires a religion other than Islam."
The woman also attempted to disparage First Lady Michelle Obama by declaring that she would not fetch more than $40 on the slave market.
Elsewhere, the Christian Post reports:
Zainab Bangura, a U.N. special envoy on sexual violence in conflict, recently revealed new horrifying details regarding the Islamic State's sex trafficking trade that she discovered through nearly two weeks of interviews in five different countries. (...)
Before being sold off, females who have already lost their virginity are pressured into undergoing painful hymen reconstruction surgery (hymenoplasty) in order to help "restore their virginity," Bangura added.
She said that one particular woman, who was sold to at least 20 different ISIS fighters during her time in the caliphate, was forced to undergo the surgery each time she was sold to another fighter.
Such a procedure requires putting the women under an anesthetic while the hymen is "repaired" using dissolvable stitches. In cultures where blood is required for proof of virginity, the procedure allows for the sex slaves' skin membrane to break again upon having intercourse for the first time with their new husbands.