France's Most Wanted and ISIS female terrorist have been sentenced to 30 years in prison

France’s Most Wanted and ISIS female terrorist Hayat Boomedinen have been sentenced to 30 years in prison. In 2015, the woman’s husband attacked the Paris-based office of the famous French magazine Charley Abdo and killed five people. Hayat’s jihadist husband, Gunman Amedi Coulibelli, is one of the 14 attackers who carried out the attacks on the Charleigh Abdo magazine office and a Jewish supermarket. Hayat had helped her husband in these attacks.

Hayat Boomedinen is a member of ISIS. It is believed that he is currently in a Syrian prison. The absconding female terrorist has been convicted in terrorism cases in France. Judge Regis de Jorna, who heard the case, said that Hayat has been convicted in cases such as financial aid for terrorism.
The judge said that Hayat is sentenced to 30 years. Two-thirds of it will be spent in high-security imprisonment. While sentencing, the judge said that Hyatt could not deny that money was withdrawn from her bank account and given to her husband and her accomplices for terrorist activities. She fled France to Syria after the attack. The court order means that if the 32-year-old Hyatt ever returns to France, he will be jailed immediately.

Let me tell you, in 2015, the said terrorist attacks were carried out in France. The attacks led to indiscriminate firing on Charley Abdo’s office, killing 12 people. The attack on this magazine was carried out after printing cartoons of Prophet Mohammad. 24 hours later, Coulibelli attacked a super market targeting France’s Jewish community.

France's Most Wanted and ISIS female terrorist have been sentenced to 30 years in prison
France’s Most Wanted and ISIS female terrorist have been sentenced to 30 years in prison

The terrorist organization ISIS claimed responsibility for this attack. After this, terrorist attacks in France increased. The court admitted that Hayat Boomedinen had helped her husband, Jihadi Gunman Amedi Colibelli. The court admitted that wife Hayat had helped her husband financially through a fraud, which led to the attacks in France.