Teenage girl faces jail over Britain’s first all-women terror plot


A teenage girl who formed Britain’s first all-women terrorist cell with her mother and sister is facing years behind bars for plotting suicide attacks at some of the country’s most iconic landmarks. Safaa Boular, 18, became the youngest woman to be charged with a terror offence after she was arrested whilst planning a kamikaze attack at the British Museum with grenades and firearms. Together with mother Mina Dich, 44, and sister Rizlaine, 22, Boular gloated over the terror attack at…

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