Pak Sahafat – An American woman from Kansas who was killed by the commander of the ISIL Women’s Battalion in Syria has admitted that she has trained more than 100 ISIL women fighters.
According to American media, the American woman from Kansas on Tuesday confessed to local time that she supported the terrorist group ISIS and trained more than 100 female fighters of the terrorist group in Syria.
According to the reports, she also admitted that he was planning to attack a university in the United States.
Alison Flock-Ackren, 42, who is described in court as a mother and teacher, last visited the United States on January 8, 2011, then traveled to Egypt and Libya, and finally in 2014.
According to government witnesses, Ackren has presented her plan to attack the United States to a foreign government source. Ackren admitted in court on Tuesday that she planned to bomb an American university.
According to her documents and confessions, the plan was presented to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the former leader of the ISIS terrorist group, but was eventually rejected.
The woman, also known as the American Umm Muhammad, traveled to the Iraqi city of Mosul when it was under ISIL control.
In support of the terrorist organization, Ackren said she had trained women and some young women to use Kalashnikov assault rifles, grenades and suicide vests. She also commanded the ISIS group known as Khatiba Nasiba.
She introduced herself as a Syrian policeman in 2021, but was arrested and transferred to the United States in 2022. According to current charges, she will be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The US Attorney’s Office in Alexandria, Virginia, announced in February 1400 that Alison Flock-Ackren, 42, had been charged with supporting a terrorist organization.
The Associated Press reported at the time that a criminal complaint against the man had been kept secret in 2019, but that her case had been made public after Flock-Aucker was returned to the United States. Her involvement with the ISIS terrorist group had not been announced before.