On Facebook, Australian ISIS Widow Marks One Year In Al-Hol Camp In Syria

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January 16, 2020

An Australian ISIS widow named Leyla Flower on Facebook recently shared that she hit a 1- year milestone, in that she has been detained at Al-Hol camp in Northern Syria for nearly one year. Leyla is in the camp with her two young children. The detainee appears to be of Turkish descent; while most of...

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