The UK-based anti-terrorism thinktank Quilliam Foundation, which translated the text, said no mention is made of the abuse of hundreds of women who human rights groups say have been kidnapped, raped, tortured and forced to convert to Islam or marry Islamic State fighters in the group's drive to create a territory governed by Islamic law.
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Dating restrictions in the middle east
The manifesto indicates that a girl's education ends at the age of 15.
Islamic State, an offshoot of al-Qaida, declared an Islamic caliphate across parts of Syria and Iraq last summer.
It has killed thousands in what the United Nations has called a reign of terror.
Increasingly stiff restrictions on the activities and lifestyle of women living under the rule of the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq have caused local moderates abundant fear, isolation and resentment.
In recent interviews conducted by the British newspaper the While many women initially objected to the rules ordered by Islamic State, the repercussions of beatings, fines and the punishment of family members caused them to comply.
“They forced women of all ages to wear a veil, even though the majority of the women in Mosul wear a - religious police.
A mother in Mosul, Samar Hadi spoke of the strict dress code also imposed on young girls in primary schools and explained that many families have ceased sending their kids to school in light of the current conditions. Earlier this month, an all-female branch of the Islamic State issued a "manifesto" revealing what the terror group expects of Muslim women.
The document, which first appeared last month in Arabic, also sets out what is permitted in terms of education and work.
Girls may marry at nine, the "most pure" will be wed by 16 or 17 and all women should consider motherhood the purpose of their existence, according to a manifesto attributed to an all-female branch of the Islamic State terror group.