Syrian Woman Risks Her Life To Secretly Film ISIL-Occupied Raqqa

A Syrian woman wore a hidden camera to document her life in Raqqa, where the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) is in power.

France 2 aired a report featuring her clandestine footage.

Early in the report, a man speaking French shouts at her from inside a car and orders her to "behave better when you're in public."

"Why?" she responded politely.

"We see your face," he told her.

She apologizes, saying her niqab might be somewhat transparent.

"You have to pay attention by covering up," he said. "God loves women who are covered."

She also films a group of French women who have chosen to move to Syria and work with ISIL.

At an Internet cafe, they chatted with their distressed French relatives online, telling them that they are happy in their new life and did not want to come home.

According to the report, about 150 French women are living in Syria with Islamist militants.