Despite losing territory across the Middle East, ISIS is tightening its stranglehold on the estimated 3,000 female captives under its control.
The demonic death cult is selling the sex slaves, some feared to be younger than 13, using phone apps and shared databases containing photographs and the names of their “owners” to stop them escaping through ISIS checkpoints.
Encrypted messaging services on WhatsApp, Facebook and Telegram are playing host to the disgusting e-Bay-style online market, that sees captured women sold to the highest bidder.
One advert was for a mother with a 3-year-old and a 7-month old baby, with a price of £2,800 ($3,700).
The tag line read: “She wants her owner to sell her.”
Many of the victims are Yazidi women caught by ISIS when militants overran villages in northern Iraq with the aim of eliminating the resident Kurdish-speaking minority because their ancient faith differs from radical Islam.
Despite views on slavery changing in recent times, some hardliners have continued to insist that Sharia Law permits sex