WATCH: Syrian woman secretly films life under Islamic State rule

In the footage, the woman describes life in Raqqa, the northern Syrian province where IS militants have established an administrative capital.

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September 26, 2014 04:58

French Report: Syrian Woman Secretly Films Life in Raqqa under ISIL

French Report: Syrian Woman Secretly Films Life in Raqqa under ISIL

 
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French television on Thursday aired video footage secretly shot by a Syrian woman currently living in the Islamic State-controlled territory within Syria.

In the footage, the woman describes life in Raqqa, the northern Syrian province where IS militants have established an administrative capital.

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The segment, which originally aired on France 2 television, shows the woman being accosted by IS “modesty police” who admonished her for “showing part of her face.”

Another part of the clip shows veiled French women in a secret Internet café conversing with their worried loved ones back home.

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