ISIS ‘execute female Russian spy named Elvira after she infiltrated the group and set up the assassination of seven terrorists’
- Alleged Russian government spy ‘Elvira Karaeva’ executed by ISIS
- She infiltrated ISIS and worked as a spy for four years, terrorists say
- The information she leaked to Russia caused deaths of seven jihadists
A Russian female ‘spy’ has been executed by ISIS after spending four years working undercover within the terror group, the jihadists have claimed.
The woman, named as Elvira Karaeva, reportedly infiltrated an ISIS enclave in Russia’s Caucasus region and spent years leaking information which led to the assassinations of seven fighters.
She reportedly gave Russian intelligence services informations about terrorist fighters’ identities, safe houses and military bases, ISIS claims.
Her capture and subsequent execution was reported in ISIS’s Russian-language blog called ‘Istok’, where she is accused of being an agent for Moscow intelligence.
‘Elvira the apostate gave information to the Russian special services about our brothers and sisters waging jihad…in the Caucasus Province,’ FoxNews quotes the article as saying.
‘She shamelessly wormed her way into confidence…and then disclosed their (jihadists) location and contacts, thus making them easy prey for the henchmen of taghut,’ the article states.
The information leaked by the now reportedly executed Russian female spy led to the deaths of seven ISIS fighters, including one whom she was said to have been married to.
‘Because of her contemptible actions and close contacts with the FSB (Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation), many of our brothers and sisters became martyrs.’
Karaeva, whose identity and alleged execution has not been confirmed by Moscow, was reportedly caught after ISIS got hold of audio during which she admits working for Russian intelligence.
ISIS also accuses her of murdering her terrorist husband, Abu Muslim, using poison.
The article claims that Karaeva was responsible for ‘the martyrdom of six brothers and one sister; they are: Shakhbiev Adam, Abu Muslim, Amriev Artur, Gochiaev Biaslan, Totorkulov Temurlan, Dlugoborskiy Valentin, and Urusova Marina,’