According a New York Times paper, more than three dozen Yazidi women who recently escaped the Daesh, described the numerous methods Daesh terrorists used to avoid pregnancy of their sex slaves. Daesh has reportedly used oral and injectable contraception, and sometimes both, to stop the sex slaves from becoming pregnant and to ensure they can be passed among other members of the terrorist group.
When birth control methods did not work, the owners would enforce abortion: "In at least one case, a woman was forced to have an abortion in order to make her available for sex, and others were pressured to do so," the New York Times reported.
Before being sold to another Daesh member, the women were usually taken for a urine test indicating their pregnancy status: "Some described how they knew they were about to be sold when they were driven to a hospital to give a urine sample to be tested for the hCG hormone, whose presence indicates pregnancy. They awaited their results with apprehension: A positive test would mean they were carrying their abuser’s child; a negative result would allow Islamic State fighters to continue raping them," the paper said.
Daesh terrorists inspired by a diverted interpretation of Islam called Wahhabism, have subverted Islamic teachings and are distorting true face of Islam in the eye of the people of the world.
The self-constructed rules of the terrorist cult have not always been followed by its members, though. According to the paper, many women have described being assaulted by men who were either ignorant of the injunction or defiant of it.
Reuters reported on the existence of a department for managing "slavery" in the territories controlled by Daesh in December. Human rights activists have indicated their concern for the systematic abduction and rape of thousands of women and girls as young as 12 by the Daesh terrorists.