Kyrgyzstan sends 2 female ISIL recruiters to prison

Staff Report

JALAL-ABAD, Kyrgyzstan -- A Jalal-Abad Province court September 14 sentenced two local women to prison for trying to recruit a woman to join the "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" (ISIL), Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported, quoting the court.

Mokhirakon Akimjanova and Nargizakhon Raimjanova, who respectively received six- and seven-year sentences, tried to persuade a third woman online to join ISIL, the court found. Raimjanova's brother is fighting for ISIL in Syria, police said.

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