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(Al-Masdar News) The most senior female Daesh prisoner has played a significant role in the CIA’s manhunt for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, it has been revealed by the Guardian.

The Daesh woman, Nisrine Assad Ibrahim, better known by her doom-inducing nom de guerre, Umm Sayyaf, has reportedly helped in joint CIA-Kurdish efforts to track down Mr Baghdadi by providing detailed accounts of his movements over the years, including the locations of safe houses as well as the obscure traveling routes that he takes.

Miss Sayyaf, 29-years-old, and believed to be Iraqi, was captured in a 2015 US Delta Force raid in Syria, in which her husband, Daesh’s then-second in command and the group’s so-called oil minister, Abu Sayyaf, was killed.

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