'The most wanted woman in France' killed in Syria bombing

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 9, 2019 18:58
Smoke rises from al-Harak town, as seen from Deraa countryside, Syria June 25, 2018.

Smoke rises from al-Harak town, as seen from Deraa countryside, Syria June 25, 2018.. (photo credit: ALAA AL-FAQIR)

 
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Hayat Boumedienne, also known as the "most wanted woman in France," was killed in a bombing in Syria according to eyewitnesses.

The bombing was executed by Kurdish forces in a village called Guwas near the Iraqi border. Boumedienne was the wife of a terrorist who killed four Jews in a Parisian supermarket in 2015. She fled the country a week before said attack and joined ISIS.

She was reportedly killed in the bombing of the French House where many French citizens were staying.

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