Kansas woman admits to training all women in ISIS army for Syria


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Allison Fluke-Ekren faces up to 20 years in prison

An American does not admit to leading an all-female squad for the so-called Islamic State for Syria.

She also admits to having plotted attacks on American soil.

Allison Fluke-Ekren bin pleaded guilty to one count of providing support to this group as she sat down not to train 100 women and girls for violence.

Di mom and teacher become the leader of ISIS in America for 2011 and work with a terrorist group for Libya before moving to Syria.

She faces a maximum of 20 years in prison for her October conviction.

Flute-Ekren, 42, a former biology student and teacher, traveled to Syria to join the group after living for Egypt and Turkey.

When she became ISIS, she led Khatiba Nusaybah, an all-female battalion that was the de facto capital of Raqqa, Syria.

His main job is to teach women and pikin how to use weapons for AK-47s and grenades for suicide vests, according to Wetin tok officials.

For court in Virginia on Tuesday, she said yes, she trains in the entire girl’s group but she claims to say she’s not trying to recruit Pikin.

According to CNN, she says, “we don’t train any young children on purpose.”

Some women she trained expected to come and testify against her.

Fluke- Ekren uses his name Umm Mohammed al-Amriki, also lives for Mosul in Iraq after the capture of IS fighters.

A witness testifies that his level of radicalization bin dey “off di charts” for “11 or 12” on di scale of one to 10.

She also admits to having spoken of attacks for America, in particular for the university and the mall.

A witness said she “saw any attack that didn’t kill a lot of people say there was no waste of resources”.

Documents also reveal that her second husband is a member of Ansar Al-Sharia, a militant organization that attacked a US compound for Benghazi in Libya in 2012.

She and her husband later died from an airstrike, but a draft report for IS leaders after analyzing US documents on the Benghazi attack.

For the court, she cries when the judge asks am weda to go accept the plea deal for her plenti pikin dem.

His family members are not asking the court to forbid me from contacting them.

According to a prosecutor, relatives say she left “traces of betrayal” and is able to issue statements against me for her October 25 sentencing.


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