Britons including privately-educated Glaswegian Aqsa Mahmood, 20, and Lewisham-born Khadijah Dare, 22, are understood to have joined the Al-Khansa Brigade in ISIS' Syrian de facto capital Raqqa, helping to patrol the city with guns and daggers hidden beneath their religious robes.
Islamic State militants fighting in Syria and Iraq have been provided with a chilling list of dos and don'ts explaining how to treat the thousands of sex slaves held in the terror group's prison-brothels.
A document issued earlier this month by the group's 'Department for Prisoners and Women's Affairs' explains in sickening detail exactly who can be made a sex slave, when a woman should be beaten, and under what circumstances it is justified to rape prepubescent girls.
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Supporters: Taking the form of a 'Slavery for Dummies' guide, the document is laid out in a notably simplistic question and answer format designed to assist even the least intelligent jihadi in his treatment of sex slaves The department, headed by a militant known as Abu Suja, helps the terror group enforce policy decisions made by the Shura Council - a kind of religious advisory body appointed by leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to study the Koran and make rulings based on their interpretation of sharia law.
Taking the form of a 'Slavery for Dummies' guide, the document is laid out in a distinctly simplistic question and answer format designed to assist even the least intelligent jihadi in his slave treatment.
The vast majority of the captives are members of the Yazidi religion who were kidnapped during the Mount Sinjar massacre in early August.
The rules state that these women can be imprisoned and raped on a daily basis by militants who purchase them as slaves for as little as £27 each.
Answers are provided to sickening questions such as 'Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female captive immediately after taking possession?
', and 'If the female captive was impregnated by her owner, can he then sell her? Horror: The vast majority of the captives are members of the Yazidi religion who were kidnapped during the Mount Sinjar massacre in early August.
This young woman is one of the lucky few who managed to escape A further £250,00 comes from extortion and protection money paid by companies and individuals operating in areas under its control, while ISIS also makes money from farming, water services and electricity production.Companies and lorry drivers are forced to pay road and import taxes to use roads in areas under ISIS' control - with lorries charged £500 per journey, plus a further £250 tax for electronic good and £200 for food parcels.