Saudi woman on trial for supporting the ISIS terrorist group
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The trial of a suspected female ISIS supporter kicked off in Saudi Arabia on Monday before the Saudi Specialized Criminal Court.
The woman is accused of supporting ISIS, communicating with a supporter of the organization, marrying him without her father’s consent and allowing him to use her mobile phone to communicate with the terrorist organization.
Charges against her include attending meetings with families of suspects detained in security cases and downloading audio that glorifies ISIS and calls for fighting security men.
A video clip in her possession showed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
The Saudi attorney general demanded that she be charged with the maximum sentence based on Royal Order 4444, which was issued in 2014.
The order calls for the imprisonment of anyone who participates in hostilities outside the Kingdom, belongs to extremist religious or ideological movements or groups that are classified as terrorist organizations internally, regionally or internationally and supports or adopts their ideology in any form.