Spanish authorities have charged seven people with attempting to recruit women to serve ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The Spanish interior ministry announced Tuesday that four men and a woman were arrested in Barcelona and the North African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla. Spain worked with Moroccan authorities, who detained two men in the town of Fnideq. In the past, European women have been recruited for ISIS to either fight with them or serve as their wives. Last week, The Daily Beast reported ISIS had issued disturbing new policies permitting the use of young girls as sex slaves. In September, Spain arrested nine people suspected of being part of a militant cell with links to ISIS.