Kansas woman charged with joining ISIS is seen in school photo decades before she was radicalized

The Kansas woman charged with joining the Islamic State group and leading an all-female battalion in Syria was once known as an ‘intelligent’ and ‘caring’ student who loved science and photography and had hopes of becoming a school teacher, has learned.  

Allison Fluke-Ekren, 42, of Topeka, is accused of providing and conspiring to provide material support to ISIS after joining the terrorist organization overseas in 2014, prosecutors say.

Authorities released a booking photo following her arrest Friday, in which she was seen wearing a black hijab, and revealed she was known to go by the names, Umm Mohammed al-Amriki, Umm Mohammed, and Umm Jabril. 

Photos from her family blog also showed Fluke-Ekren in Islamic dress alongside her second husband Volkan Ekren and young children in the years after they left the US for Egypt in 2008.

But former friends and acquaintances have told the radicalized woman pictured in the photos and now charged with such horrific…

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