Widow of ISIS Leader Condemned for Supporting Terrorism in Iraq

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The court of the west of Baghdad has ruled on the woman, who is detained under the anti-terrorist law of Iraq

On Wednesday, an Iraqi court sentenced the widow of Abu Bakr Al-Bagdadhi, a former leader of the Islamic State (ISIS), to death for kidnapping several Yazidi women and collaborating with the terrorist group formerly led by her husband.

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The court of the west of Baghdad has ruled on the woman, who is detained under the anti-terrorist law of Iraq, according to a statement issued Wednesday by the Supreme Judicial Council of Iraq.

In addition to providing “wives” to ISIS fighters, the widow actively collaborated from her home in Mosul with the terrorist group for the past 5 years.

She was sentenced to “death by hanging,” a court official told Reuters news agency, adding that the ruling must be upheld by an Iraqi appeals court to make it final and enforceable.

The Iraqi Court has sentenced the wife of the terrorist group ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi to death by hanging.

She has imprisoned Yezidi women as sex slaves in her home under lSlS control and was living in Turkey before being arrested by Iraqi intelligence agents. pic.twitter.com/RDxLufNmai

— Imtiaz Mahmood (@ImtiazMadmood) July 10, 2024

Notably, these charges come after her husband, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, was eliminated by the American Forces in Operation Kayla Mueller in northern Iraq.

Equally, it must be emphasized that although Al-Baghdadi was eliminated, ISIS actions decreased but have not died.

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