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ISIS Preparing Women to Participate on the Front Line of Future Endeavors

Head of the Iraqi Intelligence Forces Abu Ali al-Basri laid claims to the Iraqi Arabic language newspaper Al Sabaah that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have been preparing and training women to participate in future battles after the overwhelming defeat they suffered at the hands of coalition forces.

The women fighters are being trained in Iraq, mainly in the area of Mosul, as well as in Syria and Tunisia in order to take a more active role in the organization’s upcoming terror aspirations.

Within the report, the Iraqi intelligence commander relayed news of the recent death of an ISIS commander responsible for Western, Northern and Eastern Syria, who was close to the leader of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, subsequently collapsing the regime.

Read more at The Jerusalem Post

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