Report: Islamic State Wife Charged with Brutal Murder of 5-Year Old


A female member of the Islamic State group is being charged in Germany with murder and war crimes for the alleged murder of a 5-year-old girl in Syria who’d been purchased as a slave.

The 27-year-old woman, identified only as Jennifer W, purchased the young girl in 2015 while living in the Islamic State-group-occupied city of Mosul, Iraq, according to The Guardian.

The child soon fell sick, which led to the woman and her husband brutally murdering the young girl as “punishment.”

“After the girl fell ill and wet her mattress, the husband of the accused chained her up outside as punishment and let the child die of thirst in the scorching heat,” according to a statement from German federal prosecutors.

Prosecutors said the woman watched as her husband committed the horrific murder, The Guardian reported.

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“The accused allowed her husband to do so and did nothing to save the girl,” the prosecutors said, according to the newspaper.

The woman is a German citizen who first left the country in August 2014 to travel through Turkey, Syria and Iraq.

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After only a month of being in Iraq, the woman joined the Islamic State group as a member of its vice squad.

“Her task was to ensure that women comply with the behavioural and clothing regulations established by the terrorist organisation,” the statement read.

“For intimidation, the accused carried an assault rifle of the type Kalashnikov, a pistol and an explosives vest.”

The woman tried to return to Germany from Turkey in January 2016, months after the girl’s death, The Guardian reported. She visited the German embassy in Ankara, but was arrested by Turkish security forces when she left the mission.

She was then extradited to Germany, according to The Guardian.

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Due to a lack of evidence against her, she was allowed to live freely in Germany, according to The Guardian, but expressed a wish to return to Islamic State-held territory. When she attempted to return to Syria from Lower Saxony in June, she was arrested, according to The Guardian.

She was charged in a Munich, Germany, court in December with murder, war crimes and weapons offenses, The Guardian reported.

These are the kind of monsters that President Donald Trump wants to eliminate when he talks about destroying the terrorists.

While the Islamic State group is not the large threat it was when President Barack Obama let the terrorist organization run wild, there are still too many active radical Islamic terrorists.

Naturally, though, the Western left is more concerned about characterizing Trump as “racist” for wanting to protect Americans from these monsters.

As an example, liberals viciously attacked Trump for his executive order that limited travel from terror-prone countries.

Obviously, Trump’s aim was to stop potential terrorists from entering the United States, but liberals claimed Trump was attacking all Muslims, which wasn’t the case at all.

It’s not “racist” to oppose the Islamic State group terrorists. There is no reason to be “tolerant” of child-murdering terrorists.

Without Trump’s leadership, there would be a lot more tragic stories like this.

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Malachi Bailey is a writer from Ohio with a background in history, education and philosophy. He has led multiple conservative groups and is dedicated to the principles of free speech, privacy and peace.
Malachi Bailey is a writer from Ohio with a passion for free speech, privacy and peace. He graduated from the College of Wooster with a B.A. in History. While at Wooster, he served as the Treasurer for the Wooster Conservatives and the Vice President for the Young Americans for Liberty.
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