Unrepentant ISIS Widows, Other Women At Al-Hol Camp In Syria Communicate With Westerners – Including South Carolina ISIS Supporter – And Fondly Reminisce About Caliphate On Facebook And Instagram: 'One Day We Will Be Back and They Will Be Fearing Us More Than Ever'

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January 10, 2020

A group of ISIS widows and other ISIS women mainly from the West are broadcasting their experience as displaced persons residing in the Al-Hol camp in northern Syria, as part of the approximately 70,000 women and children are living in tents.[1] The camp is overseen by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic...

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