File - Lebanese soldiers stand guard in front of the Military Court in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Saja al-Dulaimi, ex-wife of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was brought before Lebanon's Military Court Monday, along with Palestinian Louay Darwish al-Masri, who is accused of forging her documents.Khalaf, who is being detained by General Security on similar charges, did not appear before the court.When it was announced that the proceedings would be postponed, Dulaimi began to cry, begging the court to speed up her trial.Dulaimi told the court there was no reason for her to remain in prison as she had committed no crime, and petitioned the court for relief on behalf of her young children.Ibrahim asked the representative of the public prosecutor, Judge Dani al-Zeani, to take the necessary measures to remove the children from the prison.
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