Europe’s first female suicide bomber had no interest in religion
By Khaama Press - Thu Nov 19 2015, 11:01 pm
Terrorist groups are usually using individuals with less or no knowledge regarding religion to carry out terrorist and suicide attacks and such is the case with the latest suicide blast in Paris where a female suicide bomber detonated her explosives during a police raid.
New distressing details have emerged regarding the 26-year-old Hasna Ait Boulahcen who blew herself up, suggesting that she had no interest in religion and had never read the holy book of Islam – Quran.
The incident reminds of Zar Ajam who was originally a Pakistani citizen and was involved in a deadly attack on a private bank branch in Jalalabad city of Afghanistan.
Ajam who was not even aware of the capital city of Pakistan, killed at least 40 civilians and injured over 80 others after storming the bank branch. Later, he was executed for the horrific attack on civilians.
In the meantime, revealing pictures of Europe’s first female suicide bomber have emerged online showing her relaxing in a bubble bath and posing with friends.
Described as party-loving boozer, Hasna had no interest in religion or the Quran, according to her brother whose statement was cited in a report by MailOnline.
Ait Boulahcen’s head and spine flew through a window in yesterday’s anti-terror police gun battle as the suicide bomber screamed, ‘help me, help me!’ and ‘I’m not his girlfriend!’, before detonating her explosive vest.
The ferocious gun battle took place north of Paris, where the mastermind of the Paris bombings, her cousin Belgian ISIS fighter Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was killed.
Eight people were arrested in the raid, including two found in the rubble of the building close to the Stade de France, where last Friday’s attacks started with suicide bombings during a France-Germany football international, according to MailOnline.