WhatsApp By Jon Zimney – December 14, 2020 3 416 Pinterest (Photo supplied/ABC 57) An upcoming episode of FRONTLINE on PBS Michiana – WNIT will feature the story of Samantha Elhassani, formally known as Samantha Sally, an Elkhart woman now serving six and a half years in prison for financially supporting ISIS.PBS Michiana – WNIT sent the following information to 95.3 MNC about the program:Elhassani was living in Elkhart in 2014 when her husband and his brother went to Syria to join the terrorist group. She claimed she was tricked into joining ISIS and feared losing her children.The episode of FRONTLINE, set to air at 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 15, features extensive interviews with Elhassani, her sister and her young son who was with her and took part in ISIS training. The program also includes extensive footage from the family’s time with ISIS, some quite shocking, of Elhassani’s son been trained in how to utilize a suicide bomb.Click HERE to watch a trailer of the program. Twitter Twitter Google+ WNIT to air program featuring story of Elkhart woman imprisoned for supporting ISIS Google+ IndianaLocalNews Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleGoogle: Most-searched 2020 athlete was South Bend’s Ryan NewmanNext articleThe Price is Right Live! rescheduled for Sept. 2021 Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Facebook Facebook
THE Guyana Football Federation (GFF) will kick off the third season of their ‘Elite League’, featuring ten of the country’s top teams, with a double-header tonight at the Leonora Track and Field Facility.After the grand opening ceremony at 15:00hrs, ‘Big Four’ winners – Fruta Conquerors will face newcomers New Amsterdam United from 17:30hrs, and defending champions Guyana Defence Force (GDF) tackle first-timers Western Tigers FC at 20:00hrs.This year, the winners will receive $5M, second-place $2M, third and fourth will pocket $1M and $500 000 respectively.The new season will see six of the top clubs added to the pool of elite teams following their receipt of their respective CONCACAF Club licences in September, including Western Tigers FC, Cougars FC, New Amsterdam United FC, Ann’s Grove FC, Den Amstel FC and Milerock FC.Ian Alves, Competitions Director of the GFF said the Federation is looking forward to a competitive season with the additional clubs and incentives, and that the players also have a responsibility to ensure this is realised.“In return, players have been asked to bring their best game on each match day in order to make the league attractive to the fans. We therefore urge club supporters and football fans in general to come out and experience Guyana’s highest level of football as we continue to grow and develop the league towards self-sustenance in the near future,” Alves said.
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