France: Two Muslims Sentenced to 25+ Years in Prison for Notre Dame Jihad Attack


They should face a firing squad. They should face a firing squad. Prison dawah, halal meals, etc. is not punishment.

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French women get long sentences for failed Notre Dame car bombing attempt

One of the women enticed her fellow defendant to join the plot by posing online as a male Islamist militant seeking a bride, French media reported. They got sentenced to 30 and 25 years.

By REUTERS, October 15, 2019 19:34

PARIS – A French court on Monday handed down sentences of at least 25 years in jail to two women with ties to Islamist militants. The women had made a failed attempt to set off a crude car bomb outside of Paris’s Notre-Dame cathedral three years ago, the Le Figaro newspaper reported.

One of the women enticed her fellow defendant to join the plot by posing online as a male Islamist militant who had returned from Syria and was seeking a bride, French media reported.

At dawn on September 4, 2016, police found a grey Peugeot 607 with no license plate, laden with seven gas cylinders and three jerry cans of diesel fuel, parked in a Left Bank street close to Notre Dame in the center of Paris.

Investigators concluded from cigarette butts and a petrol-soaked blanket that there had been a failed attempt to set off an explosion.

Fingerprints left behind at the scene led to two people: Ines Madani and Ornella Gilligmann. According to prosecutors, they had parked the car after sending a video claiming responsibility for the planned attack to Rachid Kassim, a French member of the Islamic State group.

The court on Monday gave a jail sentence of 30 years to Madani, who had posed as a male jihadi, and 25 years to Gilligmann, a married mother of three, Le Figaro reported. Two other women who acted in concert with Madani and Gilligmann were each given 20 years in jail.

Kassim was sentenced in absentia to life in jail, according to the paper. Lesser sentences were given to another three people for helping the plotters or failing to report a crime.

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