Widow of slain Malaysian ISIS fighter, stranded in Syria, pleads to return home

Ms Nor Mahmudah Ahmad, the widow of slain terrorist Muhammad Wanndy Mohd Jedi, joins 39 others who have pleaded with the Malaysian authorities to be brought home. PHOTO: NOR MAHMUDAH AHMAD/FACEBOOK
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian officials are working to bring back the widow of slain terrorist Muhammad Wanndy Mohd Jedi from Syria, following the deaths of their three sons in a bomb explosion nine months ago.

The explosion during a battle in the small Syrian city of Hajin had caused a part of the family's home to collapse, killing the boys, aged between one and three.

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