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Israeli mother of five indicted for trying to join IS

Woman, who holds PhD, traveled to Turkey, where authorities arrested her and sent her back to Israel

Ayman Ahmed Mohamed Kanjou,   accused of seeking to join the Islamic State group in Syria,   at the Haifa District Court on Sunday,   September 20,   2015 (screen capture Israel Police via Ynet

 

An Israeli woman, mother of five sons, was indicted Sunday on charges stemming from her alleged attempt to join the Islamic State.

According to the indictment, Iman Kanju, 44, of the Arab Galilee town of Shfar’am, traveled to Turkey with her father in August. Israel police said it had received information that she was intent on reaching Syria in order to join the Islamic State organization..

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