ISIS kills 7 Iraqi women, dozens of children in Mosul

ISIS terrorists have killed seven Iraqi women and dozens of children in the Old City in Mosul's right bank, Observatory for the Defense of the Rights of Women and Children (ODRWC) said Saturday.

In a press statement, ODRWC said, "ISIS terror gangs have killed seven women and dozens of children under the glare of citizens in Sarj khana district in Old Mosul".

The statement confirmed the women had been killed after they refused to practice the so-called sexual Jihad.

"After they refused to have sexual jihad, ISIS put them under house arrest," the statement read.

Thousands of women and children have been killed since the fall of Mosul to ISIS in 2014.

The Iraqi army, backed by US-led international coalition, has recaptured more than 90 percent of the city.