Bail granted to Quebec woman returning from ISIS detention camp in northeast Syria

Last October, a Quebec woman facing terrorism charges was released on bail after returning from a detention camp in northeastern Syria.

Details of Oumaima Chouay’s bail hearing, or reasons for today’s release by a Quebec court judge, are subject to a publication ban.

Chouay, 27, has been charged with leaving Canada to participate in the activities of a terrorist group, participating in the activities of a terrorist group, providing assets or services for terrorist purposes, and being accused of participating in the activities of a terrorist group. was charged with conspiring to

The RCMP arrested her at Montreal’s international airport in October after she arrived from an ISIS camp in Syria with two children and another adult.

Xue was released on the condition that she wear a GPS tracking bracelet, refrain from using social media, and call the police once a month. have to pay.

The RCMP said Chouay had been under investigation by the military’s national security enforcement team since November 2014.

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