Islamic State militants suffer from 'brutal, instinctive' sex desires: Report

Despite claims of being an 'ultra-conservative', the militants of the Islamic State (IS) are seeking medical attention from local doctors to improve their sexual prowess and subjecting their wives to 'brutal, abnormal' sex acts, Daily Mail reported on Tuesday.

Updated: Feb 17, 2015, 23:55 PM IST

Raqqa: Despite claims of being an 'ultra-conservative', the militants of the Islamic State (IS) are seeking medical attention from local doctors to improve their sexual prowess and subjecting their wives to 'brutal, abnormal' sex acts, Daily Mail reported on Tuesday.

As per the report, surprisingly, many of the militants are even spending some parts of their salary on 'kinky underwear' for their wives and for the hundreds of young women and children whom they have kidnapped and are now being kept as sex slaves or sold out.

These revelations came to light after the publication of an interview, by the activist group 'Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently', who are based in the terror group’s de facto capital. Doctors in the interview anonymously revealed details of the jihadis’ warped sex drives, the report further said.

'A large section of ISIS members suffer from sexual anomalies and brutal instinctive desire for sex,' the report further says.

The report said that as per the interview, many females are too terrified to leave their homes due to the fighters' threats to subject them to 'sexual practices of a brutal and abnormal manner'.

And as per a Guardian report, women living under Islamic State’s control in Iraq and Syria are facing increasingly harsh restrictions on movement and dress, which are rigorously enforced by religious police and are leading to resentment and despair among moderate Muslims.

Residents of Mosul, Raqqa and Deir el-Zour said, “Women are forced to be accompanied by a male guardian, known as a mahram, at all times, and are compelled to wear double-layered veils, loose abayas and gloves,” as per the report.