Iraq Court Announces Death Sentences To 16 Turkish Women For Becoming Part Of Islamic State

On Sunday, An Iraqi court has announced death sentence to 16 Turkish women for becoming part of Middle East’s one of the most dangerous Muslim organizations, a judiciary spokesman reported media.


Iraqi security officials have conducted the trials of hundreds of women belonging to other nations who had been taken into custody together with their hundreds of children since reportedly August.

As Iraqi armed forces have taken control back of destinations those where completely in hold of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

The sentence to death for these women with bad intention was issued by central criminal court, after getting confirmation that these women had dangerous intention hence became part of the most hazardous militant group.

According to latest report came out from Judge Abdul-Sattar al-Birqdar, these have confessed to join the Islamic State even getting married with men from the organization as well as to provide more members either logistical aid and some more things to launch more blast in Iraq and Syria.

It is reported to be that thousands of foreigners have carried out a number of conflicts as part of the Islamic State since about 2014. However.

A number of foreign females were brought or came withtehir own willing from other several nations to become part of IS.

We also learnt from previous reports that over 1,300 females and children gave up to Kurdish Peshmerga in August, after government forces pushed back the Islamist group from the northern Iraqi city of Tal Afar.

Although the number went higher to nearly 1,700 as more foreign nationals put their weapons down, detained during secret operations to remove complete hold of the Islamist fighters from the destinations to create possible peace, according to aid officials.