The women confessed to marrying IS fighters or providing the group "with logistical aid or helping them carry out terrorist attacks", the judge said. Many women came or were brought from overseas in the territories under the control of the jihadist group. Daesh is the acronym for the Arabic name of the terrorist group. The sources stressed that they have requested the return of children and adults who have not committed any crimes - four children have been returned to Turkey so far.
More than 1,300 women and children surrendered to Kurdish peshmerga in August after government forces expelled the jihadist group from the northern Iraqi city of Tal Afar. One of the women reportedly told the judge she had fought Iraqi troops.
At least 560 women and 600 children have been detained in Iraq on suspicion of being jihadists or IS fighters' relatives, AFP news agency reports.
Human Rights Watch has criticised the courts for handing down death sentences for non-violent crimes, and claims that numerous women were tricked or coerced into joining the terrorist group.
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Experts estimate that 20,000 people are being held in jail in Iraq for alleged membership of Daesh. Iraq in December declared victory over the IS, which had seized control of almost a third of the country in 2014.
Last week another Turkish national Isis widow was sentenced to death by hanging and 11 others were jailed for life for their part in "acts of terrorism" in the country.
Human rights organizations and observers contend that the legal process in Iraq is not fair.
"Iraq's security forces are marginalizing thousands of families of ISIS suspects by depriving them of the basic documents they need to rebuild their lives", said HRW's deputy Middle East director Lama Fakih.