Inside the ‘Islamic State hijab factory’ where women make religious robes for toddlers

Photographs of women working under a strict regime in a hijab factory feared to be run by terror group Isis have emerged on a new blog post.

The images show women decked in black from head to toe tailoring and stitching hijabs, while children play around them.

Under the title ‘The name of God and merciful’, the blog was posted by the ‘Information Office of the Mandate of Nineveh’ – the same organisation which distributed pictures of public executions carried out by the militant organisation.