Report: France suspects woman in latest ISIS video tied to Paris kosher market attack

February 5, 2015 10:30


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French authorities believe that one of the masked jihadists who appear in the latest Islamic State video calling for more terrorist atrocities in the Fifth Republic is Hayat Boumeddiene, an alleged co-conspirator who was behind the Paris murder spree that targeted a satirical newspaper and a kosher supermarket.

As reported by CNN, the terrorist believed to be Boumeddiene is seen in a video entitled “Blow Up France 2,” which was disseminated throughout social media outlets on Tuesday.

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