Skip to comments.French woman jailed for wiring cash to her jihadist son
Posted on 09/29/2017 6:09:19 PM PDT by Olog-hai
A French woman whose jihadist son fought, and is thought to have died, in Syria was given a two-year jail sentence for financing terrorism on Thursday because she sent him money.
Nathalie Haddadi, 43, insisted she did not know how her son Belabbas Bounaga spent the money she wired to him and said the conviction was a double punishment for a grieving mom.
I have trouble understanding how they can accuse me of financing terrorism, Haddadi told reporters before hearing the verdict.
I helped my son, she said, while insisting she had never sent money to Syria. [ ]
Haddadi, a marketing adviser who lives in the eastern French region of Alsace, was convicted for transferring 2,800 ($3,300) to her son while he was in Malaysia, on a circuitous route to Syria.
She also paid for her son who had been barred from leaving France to travel to Algeria to be with his father, who is Algerian, who she thought could save the youth.
Haddadi, a non-practicing Muslim, said she had informed the authorities that her son had been radicalized while in jail for drug offenses.
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And they should send her back as soon as her sentence is fully served.
“A French Woman”? I didn’t know the name Hadaddi was French?
Where is her husband and father of the Jihadi and why is she not moving back to Syria?
The father is in Algeria.
She’s not French.
It’s France; send to back to the islamist utopia of former colony Algeria.
Its not my fault you stupid infidels!!!! I KEEEL you! (a la Jim Dunham)
French women married to an Algerian and having a terrorist bastard son.
She has made a awfull lot of bad decisions in her life.
As they say in French, madame, “Tough merde”.
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