A Filipina domestic helper in Kuwait was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment after being proven to have a direct connection with the paramilitary rebel group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The 32-year-old woman was arrested in August of this year, two months after she flew to the country as an Overseas Filipina Worker (OFW). According to the Interior Ministry in Kuwait, the Filipina confessed to being part of the jihadist terror group and also revealed plans of attack.
Her email correspondence with the ISIS and Libya groups were traced, revealing her oath of loyalty towards the notorious terrorists.
She later admitted that she was encouraged to fly to Kuwait as a domestic helper by her own husband, who is an active member of ISIS.
According to Yahoo News, the woman will be deported back to the Philippines after she has served her 10-year-long sentence.