Females are reportedly hung from a pole in the ceiling where they’re assaulted over a period of days.
The justification for the attacks can be as minor as having a revolutionary flag picture on their phone, it was reported.
The crimes against women in Syrian prisons were revealed in a new report by the London School of Economics.
“This lady is very beautiful,” an officer said, before a “virginity test” was performed.
“She will be humiliated the most.”
The student, the paper said, was incarcerated for 18 months on suspicion of supporting the opposition.
“He laid me down on bed, tied my hands,” Yasimn said of one agent.
“He raped me in a painful and harsh way, like a monster. I started crying.
“He said: ‘Are you going to speak? See how strong I am?’ It happened three times.”
The revelations come ahead of talks in Geneva this week where world powers hope to strike a political settlement with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.