The widow of one of the Islamic fanatics responsible for last week’s terror rampage in Paris comes across as prim, even drab, as she goes through passport control at the airport here ISTANBUL—On the CCTV footage released by Turkish police.
Hayat Boumeddiene’s tightly drawn headscarf that is white hooded coat is a cultural world from the scanty bikini she was wearing in a photograph that showed her on a beach fondly clutching future assassin Amedy Coulibaly. The holiday snap was taken before 2009, when she started to cover herself up with scarves and veils.
The transfer is startling from sun-worshipper and eager holidaymaker to your buttoned-up moll of an assassin that is islamic.
The 26-year-old looks giddily in love cuddling Coulibaly—a display of public affection hardly commensurate with the puritanical strictures of Salafi jihadis.
Her partner that is now-dead also to pursue a lifestyle that clashed with the teachings of Islamic militants. Neither were paragons of religious rectitude. French police arrested Coulibaly on a string of theft and drug offenses before he embarked on the path of jihad and finished up gunning down four Jews at a kosher supermarket in Paris week that asian marriage agency is last. In the caliphate associated with Islamic that is self-styled State where, based on Turkish authorities, Boumeddiene has found sanctuary also to whom Coulibaly apparently aligned himself, theft and drug use incur far worse punishments compared to those meted out by the unenlightened West—including flogging, amputation, and execution. Sigue leyendo