A prison riot earlier this year initiated by militants led to 32 deaths.
Reports of atrocities attributed to the defendants are stirring anger among Kazakhs.
While the government has blocked information on the participation of Turkmens in conflicts abroad, reports of citizens being arrested for fighting alongside groups like IS continue to spread.
The woman urged others to not take part in the activities of religious extremist organisations.
In the newest sign of growing unrest, a video shows local Syrians hurling Molotov cocktails and rocks at Russian military vehicles patrolling areas the Kremlin is attempting to occupy.
According to the Kyrgyz Prosecutor General's Office, division of society on the basis of religion, ethnicity, race and gender has been increasing online.
Kazakh citizen Bakhtiyar Ibrayev says in a film that he was deceived by propaganda disseminated by the extremist group, which led him to fight for it in Syria.
Recent reports suggest IS, with its so-called 'caliphate' now gone, appears to be shifting its focus to Afghanistan and other countries close by.
Little is known about new IS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi, except that he is the group's leading judge and heads the Sharia committee.
A well-placed IS operative who facilitated al-Baghdadi's movements around Syria is likely to scoop up some or all of a $25 million reward. IS had killed his close relative.