In January, the court sentenced a German woman to death for joining the extremist group and providing it logistical support that helped the group to commit their criminal acts.
According to Qamil, the bodies of 20 slain PMF fighters were found by Iraqi security forces who arrived in the area in the wake of the clashes. "She is also convicted of complicity in attacking Iraqi security forces", Biraqdar said.
More than two dozen members of a pro-government militia in Iraq have been killed after being ambushed by disguised Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) fighters. Numerous women told similar accounts of being driven into Iraq to join their militant husbands against their will.
Daesh later claimed responsibility for the ambush in a statement published on its Aamaq news agency.
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Baghdad: An Iraqi court ordered the release and deportation of a suspected French jihadist sentenced on Monday to seven months in prison for entering the country illegally, saying she had already served her time. "I entered Syria with my French passport but Daesh (IS) took it from me". She reportedly had stayed in Syria for 4 days before journeying on to Mosul, where she remained until her capture.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Donald Trump does not want to "make the same mistakes" that were made in 2011, when US forces left Iraq.
"A judicial source said the sentencing of the women by a three-judge panel had followed weeks or even months of questioning". She was arrested in Mosul after Iraqi forces recaptured the city.
The wives of ISIS militants have previously been accused of actively aiding their husbands in their quest to establish an Islamic caliphate throughout the Middle East and northern Africa. The journalist Azadeh Moaveni is writing a book on the role of women in IS.