More than 31,000 pregnant women living in the so-called Islamic State are being used to create the next generation of terrorists, a wide-ranging report that details how the terror group indoctrinates children has revealed. 

In a report called Children of Islamic State, the London counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam has released results of an investigation into how Isis recruits children and trains them for jihad through indoctrination both at home and in school.

The report, which has been endorsed by the UN, states that Isis regards children as better and more lethal fighters than adults. Rather than being converted into radical ideologies, they are a "blank slate" which allows them to have extreme values indoctrinated from birth. Techniques to normalise brutality include encouraging children to play football with decapitated heads.

Courtesy: The Independent