ISIS militants reportedly seek medication to fuel 'abnormal' sexual behaviors

Fighters for the Islamic State terrorist groups are desperately seeking male-enhancement medication in an effort to fuel their desire for “brutal and abnormal” sexual behaviors, according to a report from activists in the Syrian city of Raqqa.

The report from the group Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently reveals that usually ultra-conservative Islamic extremists spend part of their salary on “kinky underwear” for their wives and for hundreds of young women and children that are kidnapped and sold as sex slaves.

Anonymous doctors told the website that a “large section of ISIS members suffer from sexual anomalies and brutal instinctive desire for sex.”

Victims who spoke to the site secretly revealed that ISIS fighters were raping women on a daily basis. The website said some victims begged the activists to arrange airstrikes on their location to end the suffering.

Some of the victims were forced to marry ISIS fighters, while others were sold into sex slavery, according to a report by Minority Rights Group International and the Ceasefire Centre for Civilian rights.

The Syrian city was overrun by ISIS militants in 2013. The terror group turned it into its de facto capital and imposed strict religious law.

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