How women of Isis in Syrian camps are marrying their way to freedom

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Exclusive: hundreds of al-Hawl camp detainees have been smuggled out using bribes gifted by husbands they met online

Hundreds of foreign women with links to Islamic State in Syria’s sprawling al-Hawl detention camp have “married” men they met online and several hundred have been smuggled out of the facility using cash bribes gifted by their new husbands.

The camp’s inhabitants have been sent wire payments totalling upwards of $500,000 (£360,000), according to testimony from 50 women inside and outside Hawl, local Kurdish officials, a former Isis member in eastern Europe with knowledge of the money transfer network and a foreign fighter in Idlib province involved in smuggling.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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