40 ISIS Wives Set To Be Executed By Iraq Despite Pleas That They Themselves Are Victims

 Over 39 ISIS brides are set to be excused by the Iraq judiciary as the judiciary gets set to exacts revenge for the three years of jihadi occupation which saw thousands murdered brutally by the Islamic caliphate. The women themselves pleaded after being given 10 minutes to beg for their lives, saying that they be forgiven as they were themselves, victims of ISIS, too. The judges, however, decided to sentence them to death. The women were all  condemned by the Iraqi judiciary and locals for supporting their ISIS husbands, who wreaked havoc across the Levant from 2014 to 2017.  Djamila Boutoutao, 29, a French bride who appeared in court last month claimed; ‘’I thought I had married a rapper. It was only when we arrived in Turkey for a week-long ‘holiday’ that I discovered my husband was a jihadist. I’m a victim. My husband beat me and locked me up in a cave with my children when I refused to follow him (to Iraq). Djamila, during a recent trial which saw her begging that she not be separated from her daughter, told reporters from the Guardian: ‘’I’m going mad here. I’m facing a death sentence or life in prison. No one tells me anything, not the ambassador, not people in prison. Don’t let them take my daughter away. I am willing to offer money if you can contact my parents. Please get me out of here.’’ Many of the women are reportedly widows left with the sole responsibility of caring for their children, born to ISIS fathers. Al Jazeera reported that most of the women claimed to have been tricked into the marriages. One said: I did not know we were in Iraq. I went with my husband and my children to Turkey to live there and then I suddenly discovered I was actually in Iraq.  Photo Credit: Getty

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