Islamic State woman wanted in Germany is walking free in Turkey
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The trial of the suspects at large of October 10 massacre, taking place during the days that the weapons Turkey sent to jihad organizations in Syria were discussed, demonstrated again to the naked eye how ISIS was freely moving along the border.
Speaking at the trial where the women whose partners fought in the ranks of ISIS were questioned, Merve Dundar told the court how she joined ISIS, and about her close relations with those organized massacres in Turkey. Testifying that she lived in Syria for 7 years, it came out as a result that Dundar was released one month after she came to Turkey.
Explaining that She stayed in Carablus for 48 days and her statement was taken there, Dundar said she was released on Feb 28, 2020 after she was arrested in January 2020. Continuing to be free in Turkey, but explaining that she has a court case in Germany, Dundar stated that the police, going to her family’s residence, asked the family about her.
During the trial, the partners who lived in Syria with the suspects of October 10 massacre, were heard as witnesses.