Photos From Inside the ISIS Hijab Factory

Photos have been released of a hijab factory in an ISIS-controlled area. They show lines of women working on stitching together the garments whilst covered head to foot in black.

Whilst the working environment does not look conducive to precision work, it is required by the terror group. Women that dare to break the strict dress code imposed by ISIS face serious punishment. The photos appeared in a post entitled ‘The name of God and merciful’, and the author was listed as the ‘Information Office of the Mandate of Nineveh’.

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Women working to pack new hijabs.

Packing new hijabs: They’ve become the ‘must have item’ since they became mandatory.

The hijabs are available in every colour, as long as it's black.

Dressed to impress: The women are shown working in their own hijabs.

The hijabs are available in every colour, as long as it's black.

The hijabs are available in every colour, as long as it’s black.

Roll up, roll up. The

Roll up, roll up ladies: Black is this seasons… black.

Pile 'em high and sell 'em cheap. ISIS have cornered the market.

Pile ’em high and sell ’em cheap. ISIS have cornered the market.

They're even available in children's sizes.

Good news for mums: They’re even available in children’s sizes.

 


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