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The ex-wife of Daesh (ISIS) leader missed her Military Court trial session Monday, prompting a co-defendant's lawyer to question if she had left Lebanon with her current husband, something the court's chair said was highly unlikely.Brig. Gen. Khalil Ibrahim, the court's head, stressed that Dulaimi and her husband, Palestinian national Kamal Khalaf, were both still in Lebanese territory.Khalaf is also being tried on the offense of forging documents.The court session was only attended by Palestinian national Louay Darwish al-Masri and his lawyer Mohammad Sablouh. Masri is tried on the charge of forging documents.
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