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Iraqi court sentences wife of first Islamic State leader to death

Iraqi court sentences wife of first Islamic State leader to death

Iraqi court sentences wife of first Islamic State leader to death

An Iraqi court has sentenced Asmaa Mohamed, one of the wives of the terrorist group’s first leader, to death. Islamic state (HEY), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadifor your union and participation in the organization jihadistofficial sources reported this Wednesday.

He Karkh Criminal Court (west of Baghdad) handed down the death penalty against the wife of the terrorist criminal Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi for the crime of belonging to the terrorist group Islamic state and to stop Yazidi women in your home”, informed the press office of Supreme Judicial Council of Iraq in a note.

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According to Iraqi law, decisions made by the courts are revocable within 30 days from the date of issuance of the decision.

The Council explained that “The terrorist stopped the Yazidi women in their home and then kidnapped by ISIS terrorist gangs in the district of Sinjarwest of the province of Ninevehin the north of the country.

Under Iraq’s anti-terrorism law, the court handed down this sentence against Asmaa Mohamedwho in mid-February was interviewed on the Saudi channel Al Hadath of Iraqwhere she was already detained by the authorities of the Arab country.

Dressed in a black veil and lowering her head so as not to reveal her face, the main Al Baghdadi’s wife -who blew himself up along with three of his children in 2019 during an operation United States in Syria– assured that the leader of the terrorist organization had “between nine and ten sex slaves.”

In the interview, Mohammed indicated that during the five years of the self-proclaimed “caliphate” in Syria It is IraqO “obsession with women” and sex slaves superimposed on religion.

He Islamic state was defeated territorially in Iraq in December 2017, although some cells continued to launch attacks in the country, mainly against security forces.

Source: Elcomercio

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