Hayat Boumeddiene: Wife of Jewish Supermarket Attacker Amedy Coulibaly (Islamic State / ISIS) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE

Hayat Boumedienne, described as "France's most wanted woman", is currently being sought by French authorities for having helped the men responsible for the January 2015 Paris attacks. She is described by French police as "armed and extremely dangerous". Hayat was identified as the partner of the Kosher supermarket attacker Amedy Coulibaly in the aftermath of the January 2015 Paris attacks. On 8 January 2015, Amedy Coulibaly took hostages and killed four of them in a Jewish supermarket, after killing a municipal police officer, Clarissa Jean-Philippe. For More on: Amedy Coulibaly gives Bay'a to ISIS before the attackHasna Ait Boulahcen, who helped the Paris attackers of November 2015 and was subsequently killed, was a fan of Hayat Boumedienne and praised her on Facebook.Escape and manhuntSpanish authorities reported that Coulibaly drove Hayat from France to Madrid on 31 December 2014, a few days before he committed the January 2015 attacks. He stayed in Spain with her…

Hayat Boumeddiene: Wife of Jewish Supermarket Attacker Amedy Coulibaly (Islamic State / ISIS) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE, also known as Umm Basir al-Muhajirah, Abū Basīr al-Ifrīqī is a group formed c. 2015. It is not known if it's still active.
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