Australian court gave 2-year suspended sentence to wife of Daesh terrorist

The widow of an Australian Daesh terrorist received a suspended two-year, three-month jail sentence for providing assistance to her husband fighting in Syria.

Fatima Elomar, the widow of Daesh terrorist Mohamad Elomar had pleaded guilty to a Sydney court for providing goods for her husband, a Daesh terrorist, to fight in Syria.

The judge reportedly said that Fatim Elomar seemed to have rehabilitated herself.

Sydney-born terrorist Mohamed Elomar was killed in an airstrike in Daesh stronghold of Raqqa in Syria in June.

The 31-year-old was stopped at Sydney Airport with her four children as she attempted to join her husband in Syria. She was carrying cash, camouflage gear and medicine.


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