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Turkish women sentenced to death in Iraq for joining IS

01 March 2018, 06:26 | Tara Lloyd

Turkish women sentenced to death in Iraq for joining IS

Turkish women sentenced to death in Iraq for joining IS

Iraq's Central Criminal Court issued the sentence after "it was proven they belong to ISIS terrorist group", Judge Abdul Sattar al-Beeraqdar, the High Judicial Council's spokesman, said in a statement.

Sixteen Turkish women were found guilty of terrorism and sentenced to death by an Iraqi court on Sunday, CNN reports.

Thousands of foreigners fought in Syria and Iraq on the side of an "Islamic state" at least from 2014, reminds Reuters.

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Some of the women, between the ages of 20 and 50, were accompanied by young children.

One woman said she had taken part in battles against Iraqi coalition forces as they advanced on Isis' Iraqi stronghold of Mosul past year.

Hundreds of women and children have been detained in Iraq over alleged links to Isis since the Islamist group lost control of its final strongholds in the country a year ago.

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A court in Iraq has sentenced more than a dozen Turkish women to death over membership in the ISIS Takfiri terrorist group and involvement in acts of terror across the conflict-ridden Arab country. The women have admitted that they have married members of the jihadist group or have provided logistical support to them or were involved in terrorist attacks.

Baghdad's central court sentenced an unnamed German woman in January to death for traveling to Syria with her two children to join ISIS.

The source added that another Turkish woman was sentenced to life imprisonment.

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Human rights organizations and observers contend that the legal process in Iraq is not fair. Iraq's government declared victory over ISIS December 2017 after Iraqi forces expelled militants from their last remaining pockets in western Iraq. "The Iraqi courts need to redirect their priorities". It also argues that in cases where a suspect is claimed to be a Daesh member "without evidence of any other serious crime, authorities should consider alternatives to criminal prosecution".



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