French-Speaking Woman In ISIS Territory Addresses A Last Message To Muslim Women Before Area Is Overrun By Coalition

May 30, 2017

On May 29, 2017, a French media operative close to Al-Qaeda posted on his Telegram channel a written message by a French-speaking woman in Islamic State (ISIS) territory, likely in Al-Raqqa, Syria.[1] The message, addressed to Muslim women, clearly expresses that the woman is psychologically preparing...

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