Up To 60 Well Integrated Brit Jihadettes Rule By Fear As ISIS Police

Dozens of young British women are using social media to boast of joining the Islamic State’s terrifying all-female police force – claiming to be doling out savage beatings, punishment lashings, ordering executions and managing brothels where thousands of Yazidi sex slaves are imprisoned and raped daily after being sold for as little as £27.

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.

The group, which is largely made-up of educated Western women, operates as an ultra-oppressive police force monitoring the behaviour of females in Raqqa – meting out brutal punishments to anyone wearing shoes that aren’t black, or those wearing veils made from the wrong material.