ISIS leader al-Baghdadi's wife arrested in Lebanon

Lebanese law and enforcement have arrested the wife of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the man spearheading the Islamist terror group's sweeping rampage across Syria and Iraq -- said a source with knowledge of the arrest, describing her as a "powerful figure (who is) heavily involved in ISIS."
The woman detained is one of al-Baghdadi's two wives.
Her arrest came as part of a "planned operation," according to the source.

News agencies Reuters and Agence France-Presse also reported, citing unidentified Lebanese security officials, that one of al-Baghdadi's sons was detained.
The detentions took place near Lebanon's border with Syria when they tried to enter the country, according to those reports.

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