Wife of German rapper convicted of terrorism charges

BERLIN (AP) —

The widow of a German-born rapper who joined the Islamic State extremist group in Syria and was killed in an airstrike was herself convicted Friday of membership in a terrorist organization.

October 2, 2020

The Hamburg state court sentenced Omaima A., 36, to three years in prison,

the dpa news agency reported.

The Hamburg-born woman of Tunisian heritage, whose last name wasn’t provided in line with German privacy laws, was also convicted of failing to properly care for her children, weapons violations and aiding in the enslavement of a Yazidi girl.“ (…)

Wife of German rapper convicted of terrorism charges