Germany charges 3 with supporting Islamic State
BERLIN (AP) — German federal prosecutors say they’ve charged a man and two women with supporting the Islamic State extremist group.
Prosecutors said in a statement Friday the main suspect, 25-year-old Karolina R., a German and Polish citizen, is married to an Islamic State member. Using a middleman, she’s accused of providing the group with 1,100 euros ($1,400) worth of cameras and accessories to produce propaganda videos in October.
Prosecutors say shortly afterward she personally traveled to Syria and delivered three more cameras and 5,000 euros in cash.
After her return in December, she’s accused of sending a further 6,000 euros, some raised with help from the other two people charged, Germans Ahmed-Sadiq M., and Jennifer Vincenza M., both 22.
No last names were released in line with German privacy laws.