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Hayat Boumeddiene was born on 26 June, 1988 in Villiers-sur-Marne, Val-de-Marne, France. At 32 years old, Hayat Boumeddiene height not available right now. We will update Hayat Boumeddiene's height soon as possible.
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|Age||32 years old|
|Born||26 June 1988|
|Birthplace||Villiers-sur-Marne, Val-de-Marne, France|
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Who Is Hayat Boumeddiene's Husband?
Her husband is Amedy Coulibaly(2009–15; his death)
|Husband||Amedy Coulibaly(2009–15; his death)|
Hayat Boumeddiene Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Hayat Boumeddiene worth at the age of 32 years old? Hayat Boumeddiene’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from French. We have estimated Hayat Boumeddiene's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Hayat Boumeddiene Social Network
|Wikipedia||Hayat Boumeddiene Wikipedia|
In March 2020, a French jihadist woman told a judge that she met Boumeddiene in October 2019 at the Al Howl camp; Boumeddiene was staying under a false identity and managed to escape. French intelligence services think that this piece of information is plausible.
In March 2019, Dorothee Maquere - wife of Fabien Clain - claimed that Boumeddiene was killed in late February during the Battle of Baghuz Fawqani. Maquere claimed that Boumeddiene was killed when an airstrike struck an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant safehouse containing various French jihadists. These claims were corroborated by other evacuees, however, they could not be confirmed.
According to Coulibaly's attorney, she was the more radical of the two. She is currently being sought by French police as a suspected accomplice of Coulibaly, alleged to have helped him commit his attacks. She arrived in Turkey five days before the attacks, was described by newspapers as "France's most wanted woman", and was last tracked on 10 January 2015 to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant-controlled border town of Tell Abyad in Syria. Hasna Ait Boulahcen who was killed in the later Paris attacks was a fan of hers and lauded her on Facebook.
In February 2015, French authorities were investigating whether a woman in a video released 3 February by French-speaking ISIS fighters might be Boumeddiene. The video, titled Blow Up France 2, shows a woman standing next to the ISIS speaker, wearing camouflage clothing and holding a weapon. The Islamic State's magazine Dabiq praised her in a long interview, and Hasna Aitboulahcen who was killed in the later Paris attacks was a fan of hers and lauded her on Facebook.
Police say Boumeddiene was frequently in contact with Chérif Kouachi's wife, including 500 calls between them in 2014. She and Coulibaly disappeared in December 2014.
According to Spanish authorities, Coulibaly drove Boumeddiene from France to Madrid, Spain, on 31 December 2014, and stayed with her until 2 January 2015. According to Turkish authorities, on 2 January 2015 Boumeddiene flew from Madrid to Istanbul, Turkey, with 23-year-old Mahdi Sabri Belhoucine, a French citizen of North African origin whose brother Mohammed was convicted of terrorism charges in 2010 in France and imprisoned for a year in Villepinte prison, and both had return tickets dated 9 January that they never used. Because of her "suspicious behavior," Turkey's intelligence agency (the National Intelligence Organisation (MİT)) put her under surveillance, following her movements for two days, listening to her cellphone conversations, and tracking her cellphone until she left Turkey. While in Turkey, the two stayed at a hotel in Istanbul in adjoining rooms, according to Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu. Turkish officials said she and Mahdi Sabri Belhoucine left Istanbul for Şanlıurfa in southeastern Turkey close to the Syrian border on 4 January. They stayed there four days, during which time Boumeddiene phoned France several times.
Boumeddiene is believed to have then crossed the Syria–Turkey border into Syria with Sabri on 8 January, on the day Coulibaly shot and killed a policewoman, using her car in the attack. Çavuşoğlu said: "We understand this thanks to telephone recordings." The last recorded phone call from her was on 10 January, from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant-controlled town of Tell Abyad in Syria, close to the border and directly across it from Akçakale. The New York Times stated that she "is reported to have fled abroad, possibly to Syria to try and join the Islamic State, to which Mr. Coulibaly declared allegiance".
In 2010, during four days of questioning after police discovered large amounts of assault rifle ammunition in her flat, Boumeddiene told counter-terrorism officers that she saw some terrorist attacks as justifiable. She said that she and Coulibaly had visited French-Algerian jihadist terrorist Djamel Beghal "for crossbow practice."
Boumeddiene was employed as a cashier in 2009 when she met Coulibaly in Juvisy-sur-Orge, southeast of Paris. She lost her job that year after insisting on covering herself at work in a head-to-toe niqab. She and Coulibaly lived in Bagneux, a southern suburb of Paris, and were very religious.
Hayat Boumeddiene (born 26 June 1988) is currently being sought by French police as a suspected accomplice of her common law husband Amedy Coulibaly, who was the main suspect for the Montrouge shooting, in which municipal police officer Clarissa Jean-Philippe was shot and killed, and was the hostage-taker and gunman in the Porte de Vincennes siege, in which he killed four hostages and was killed by police.