ISIS burns 19 women alive for refusing sex with militants
Mosul: The militants of Islamic States of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have reportedly burnt Nineteen Yazidi women in the Iraqi city of Mosul after they refused to have sex with the extremists.
The incident took place last week, reports reuters.
The women were put in iron cages and burnt to death as hundreds of people watched in horror.
The dreaded terror outfit, so far, have killed, raped and enslaved thousands of Yazidis since 2014.
According to the United Nations, the Sunni militants enslaved about 7,000 women and girls in 2014, mainly Yazidis whose faith blends elements of Christianity, Zoroastrianism and Islam, and is still holding 3,500, some as sex slaves.