The jihadists claim that Karaeva revealed information about militants, their shelters and military bases. Daesh militants executed a Russian woman Elvira Karaeva for spying for Russian intelligence services. She was one of its fighters.
The terrorists said that the woman had been working for the Russian intelligence services for four years after joining the group. The jihadists claim that Karaeva used to reveal information about militants, their shelters and military bases.
'The backslider Elvira provided Russian special services with information about our brothers and sisters who were carrying out the jihad in Allah's land of the Caucasus province,' Daesh says.
'She shamelessly won the trust of faithful servants of Allah and then disclosed their location and contacts,' it explained.
According to Daesh, she married a jihadi Abu Muslim to ensure her safety, but poisoned him later.
'A lot of our brothers and sisters became martyrs because of her despicable actions and close contacts with the FSB, many of our brothers and sisters became martyrs,' Daesh concluded.
Furthermore, the terrorists said that they had disclosure her using an audio record. They note that Elvira was involved in the killing of seven Daesh members: Adam Shakhbiev, Abu Muslim, Arthur Amriev, Beslan Gochiyayev, Temurlan Tatarkulov, Valentin Dlugoborskiy and Marina Urusova.