A step forward for women’s rights: ISIS Brides may become suicide bombers without Hubby’s permission

The emergence of an ISIS wedding certificate – which allows jihadi brides to carry out suicide mission without the husband’s permission – suggests the terror group will use more women to carry out their twisted attacks, a counter-terrorism expert has told MailOnline.

Written in Arabic and signed by both husband and wife, the chilling document states the final decision over her life – and death – rests with Islamic State’s leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.
Under ‘conditions of wife’ it says: ‘If the Prince of believers [Baghdadi] consents to her carrying out a suicide mission, then her husband should not prohibit her.’

This is Islamic State’s desperate attempt to force women to the battle-front to replace the countless male soldiers being slain in bloody battles across Iraq and Syria, experts have told MailOnline.

The document emerges amid the shocking reports that three teenage girls have fled ISIS from their stronghold in Mosul, Iraq, and are currently being hunted down the by the militants.