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WATCH: YPG release video of French female IS member’s confession

2018/01/08 | 23:40

(Iraq Now News)- ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) – The Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) on Monday released a confession video of a female Islamic State (IS) member from France, considered one of the most wanted extremists by international intelligence agencies.

Emilie Koenig, 33, played a major role in online recruiting of IS fighters and propaganda for the group since traveling to Syria in 2012.

Koenig has been added to a United Nations watch list as well as the US State Department’s terrorist list for encouraging IS sympathizers in France to stage attacks in the country.

In the video released by the YPG, the 33-year-old explains her experience with IS, in Arabic.

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