WASHINGTON: The U.S. Department of Justice has accused a U.S. woman of leading an Islamic State (ISIS) women’s battalion in Syria and providing material support to the organization. A criminal complaint filed in 2019 in East Virginia Eastern District Court has now been opened, alleging that Allison Flock Akrin, an all-female military battalion from the Islamic State, was killed, according to an official statement from the department on Saturday. Created and led it. The American woman was arrested earlier in the day in Syria.
According to the complaint, a former Kansas resident, Eliasson Elizabeth Flock Akrin alias Eliasson Elizabeth Brooks alias Eliasson Akrin alias Umm Muhammad Al-Ameriki alias Umm Muhammad and alias Umm Jibril (42) was arrested several years ago for carrying out or supporting terrorism in Syria. The purpose was gone. She was allegedly involved in a number of IS-related terrorist activities since at least 2014.
In addition, the woman is accused of planning and recruiting IS members for a possible attack on a college campus in the United States and of leading an IS battalion called Khatiba Naseeba. In this battalion, women are trained to use automatic weapons N-37, assault rifles, grenades and suicide belts.
“Flock Akrin allegedly provided accommodation to IS members, translated speeches given by IS leaders, and trained children to use AK-47s, assault rifles and suicide belts,” he said. Has worked to give, and to teach radical ideology. “