Important revelations of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s wife.

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Asma Fawzi, the first wife of the slain leader of the extremist organization ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has made some important revelations about ISIS in an interview.

Iraqi judicial authorities are interrogating the families of ISIS leaders, including Baghdadi’s first wife Asma, to uncover the most important secrets of ISIS.

Asma, who is currently in the custody of Iraqi authorities, told a TV channel that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi enslaved more than 10 Yazidi women.

She added that Baghdadi also married a 13-year-old girl at one point.

Kayla Mueller, an American aid worker from Arizona, was captured in August 2013 by ISIS affiliates in the Syrian city of Aleppo and pronounced dead in February 2015. ISIS claimed that Mueller was killed in an airstrike.

Asma said she had only met Mueller once and learned that Mueller was one of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s slaves.

She said she had no knowledge of Mueller’s relationship with Baghdadi and his death, however, according to multiple reports, Mueller was repeatedly sexually assaulted by Baghdadi.

Asma revealed during the interview that her husband was arrested by US forces for no reason in 2004 and two years after his release from prison, his views completely changed.

“He soon became ‘arrogant’ after gaining control of large areas in Syria and Iraq and hoped that the international community would recognize them. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi wanted his group under his command to control Europe as well.”
Asma told about her husband ‘Al-Baghdadi.’

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi seized control of large swaths of Iraq and Syria in 2014, declaring his alleged ‘caliphate’ and imposing extremist laws, and was killed in a special operation in Idlib, northwestern Syria, in October 2019.

US President Donald Trump announced at the time that a special team of US forces had pursued al-Baghdadi while monitoring him, but he blew himself up along with his two wives and son.

US-backed forces defeated ISIS in Iraq in 2017 and in Syria two years later. But remnants of the group continue to carry out more limited attacks against civilians and security forces in both countries.

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