Some of the murdered females were believed to be pregnant
Islamic terror group ISIS has reportedly murdered over 150 women and girls for refusing to become sex slaves and marry jihadits.
Some of the murdered females were believed to be pregnant.
It was gathered that the news was reported in a statement made by Iraq's Ministry of Human Rights, which has been monitoring various crimes committed by the terror group throughout its attacks in Iraq and Syria.
According to Independent, the statement read: "At least 150 females, including pregnant women, were executed in Fallujah [...] after they refused to accept jihad marriage."
"Many families were also forced to migrate from the province's northern town of Al-Wafa after hundreds of residents received death threats."
The Ministry claims, the executions were carried out by one ISIS jihadist, known as Abu Anas Al-Libi. They were carried out in the city of Al-Fallujah, where the Al-Hadra Al-Muhamadiya mosque was turned into a prison keeping hundreds of men and women.
ISIS has been accused by the U.N. and other human rights organizations of mass rapes, torture and killing victims on camera sending messages against the U.S. and other western nations that have opposed its actions.
Earlier in December, the Rev. Canon Andrew White, the Anglican vicar in Baghdad, revealed that four Iraqi Christian children were beheaded by ISIS for refusing to convert to Islam.
"ISIS turned up and they said to the children, 'you say the words that you will follow Muhammad.' The Children, all under 15, four of them, they said, 'no, we love Yasua [Jesus]. We have always loved Yasua. We have always followed Yasua. Yasua has always been with us.'" White said. "[The militants] said, 'say the words!' [The Children] said, 'no, we can't do that.' They chopped all their heads off."