'ISIS' Filipina's jail upheld

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'ISIS' Filipina's jail upheld

The Court of Appeal has upheld the First Instance Court's decision which condemned a Filipino woman to 10 years in jail with hard labor pursued by deportation to her nation of origin in the wake of serving her sentence.  

The Public Prosecution blamed the 33 year-old defendant for having connects to restricted organization "ISIS" when she entered the nation as a domestic worker and stayed in communication with the group ISIS in Libya.


The litigant was arrested by Kuwait's intelligence officers after she was discovered running an electronic account under a fake name, which she utilized in communicating and spying for the terrorist oppressor group in Libya. Additionally, she is blamed for coordinating to execute acts of terrorism in the country.