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Sunday, 30 December 2018
Most wanted woman Samantha Lewthwaite being closed in on
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From the Belfast Telegraph

UK security services have made a crucial breakthrough in the search for the world’s most wanted woman.

Spies hunting suspected terror mastermind White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite have been given new intelligence she is now hiding out in Yemen.

The Co Down woman is understood to have relocated to the war-torn Middle Eastern country after being linked to atrocities in Kenya and Somalia in Africa. She is believed to have recently visited Dubai and sources fear she is plotting a string of new terror attacks, including strikes on London.

The information, described as “credible”, is believed to include word that she already has a vast range of contacts in Yemen, particularly in the former British colony of Aden and the major seaport of Mukalla.

In Yemen, she is understood to have recruited female suicide bombers with bribes of €300 – a fortune to desperate families. She is also thought to have sent male suicide bombers as young as 15 to their deaths, pumped full of heroin.

London University graduate Lewthwaite is said to have altered her appearance through plastic surgery and piled on weight in a bid to remain unrecognised by authorities.

She has pledged to raise all of her four children, who have three different fathers, as jihadis.

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Posted on 12/30/2018 5:32 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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30 Dec 2018
Ask a Muslim
Therefore in the resurrection whose wife shall she be....? for they all had her.

30 Dec 2018
Trosclair en Terrebonne Parish
Looks to have been loadin' up on bon-bons and Twinkies before going to Yemen. Plastic surgery? you can't fix ugly. No wonder them Jihadis keep a camel nearby.


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