JUST IN: Al-Baghdadi’s 65-Year-Old Sister Captured — Suspected of Having Ties to ISIS

Kelley

Turkish forces have captured Rasmiya Awad, the elder sister of slain ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in a northwestern Syria raid.

Fahrettin Altun, Communications Director for the Republic of Turkey, tweeted this statement:

Can you just imagine what she’s saying about him?

“Yes, Abu was always a brat. Never did a thing he was told…threw tantrums every time it was his turn to water the goats. He was Mother’s favorite, though. I once caught him trying on her burqa!”

Awad might be more than a 65-year-old tattletale. She is suspected of having a personal affiliation with the terrorist organization. Well, it is a family business, after all. Her husband and daughter-in-law also were detained and are being interrogated.

Bonus! Group discount!

The family, including Awad’s five grandchildren, was living in a trailer container near the town of Azaz, which is located in what is now known as the Euphrates Shield zone.

An unnamed high-ranking Turkish official said:

“We hope to gather a trove of intelligence from Baghdadi’s sister on the inner workings of ISIS.”

Officials are calling this “an intelligence gold mine” and have obtained a wealth of helpful information. How unusual. Raids on trailer homes – at least in the United States – do not often yield a great deal of that particular resource.

Have a look at this news report on Awad’s capture:

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