U.S. authorities have charged the widow of one of the leaders of the terrorist group “Islamic state” in Iraq for assistance in criminal acts that resulted in the death of American Kayla Mueller. A woman kept in captivity where she was raped personally by the leader of the IG Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, according to the Ministry of justice of the United States.
25-year-old Nisreen al-Assad Ibrahim Bahar, also known as Umm Sayyaf is a civil Iraq. Her husband Abu Sayyaf, was eliminated in may 2015 in a special operation.
According to the wording of the charges, Umm Sayyaf and other persons entered into a criminal conspiracy to support Islamic state, and this conspiracy resulted in the death of Muller.
As testified under oath two young women belonging to the ethnic community of the Yezidi Kurds, they were abducted by the militants from a village in the North of Iraq, and then was taken to prison in Syria, where he had been held with Mueller.
In September 2014, Mueller and two eseki were transferred from prison IG at the disposal of Abu Sayyaf and his wife. Sayyaf was directly subordinate to the terrorists ‘ leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was “the Minister of oil and gas,” and previously was responsible for the media.
Spouses terrorists in their controlled residences kept these three women, along with other captives. They were locked in rooms, chained in handcuffs. Baghdadi thus forced the American to have sex with him. Umm Sayyaf threatened the women with murder for disobedience.
During the operation, may 15, 2015 Abu Sayyaf was destroyed and his wife captured and now being contained in the Iraqi prison. During interrogation with the participation of the FBI agents the woman showed that her family belonged to the Iraqi al Qaeda, and subsequently ISIS. In addition, she admitted that she was responsible for women slave-girls, and that took members of the group, including Baghdadi, in his residence. In her confession, Mueller was owned Baghdadi, when held in captivity, and that “ownership” was equivalent to slavery.
The US expressed support for the prosecution Umm Sayyaf from the authorities of Iraq, and intend to cooperate with the Iraqi justice. Since the victim is American, the terrorist charges were filed and on behalf of the United States. “We will continue to seek justice for Kayla and all American victims of terrorism,” said assistant attorney General for national security John Carlin.
Sayyaf if convicted, she faces a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
26-year-old Kayla Mueller, a native of Arizona, he worked in the middle East since December 2012. In the outskirts of Aleppo in August 2013, she was abducted by the militants. In captivity she was subjected to sexual violence and torture. Terrorist-linked media reported in February 2015 that the American was killed during Jordanian air force strikes on the city of raqqa, the so-called “capital” of ISIS in Syria.
The Islamic state is a terrorist organization, seized part of the territory of Iraq and Syria and proclaimed the Caliphate there. The activities of ISIS and al-Qaeda is forbidden in Russia.