The infected fighters have been held in a quarantine center, the news agency said, citing a Syrian doctor who spoke on condition of anonymity. From there, IS leaders plan to assign the infected fighters with suicide attacks.
Panicked IS leaders have also issued a new decision in response to the rampant spread of HIV among the terror group, which is known to have institutionalized a system of sex slavery. The new decision, issued through IS’s so-called Sharia Commission, requires its members to undergo an AIDS test in an effort to contain the virus.
Meanwhile, the two Moroccan women have reportedly escaped to Turkey "for fear of execution by IS," the news agency reported. The women’s fears are well-founded, as the terror group has been known to respond to the threat of AIDS with executions.
Earlier this year, an Indonesian IS fighter who infected a Yazidi sex slave with AIDS in the Hasakah province was executed. The same fighter also donated blood at an IS-run hospital before it was discovered that he had AIDS. The Saudi doctor who revealed the information about the AIDS spread from the Indonesian fighter was also executed by IS leaders.