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Jihad: after six years in Syria, a woman from Nice has returned to France

2021-07-30T08:18:31.389Z

The mother of the family was indicted and remanded in custody. A "ghost" who will have spent nearly six years "in the area". Tuesday, July 27, Henen B., returning from Syria via Turkey, was indicted for "criminal terrorist association" and "removal of a parent from his legal obligations" then placed in pre-trial detention, confirms a source judicial review in Figaro following information from Nice Matin . Read also: Return from Syria: the burning dilemma of



A "ghost" who will have spent nearly six years "in the area".

Tuesday, July 27, Henen B., returning from Syria via Turkey, was indicted for "criminal terrorist association" and "removal of a parent from his legal obligations" then placed in pre-trial detention, confirms a source judicial review in

Figaro

following information from

Nice Matin

.

Read also: Return from Syria: the burning dilemma of women and children

The young woman, Niçoise, joined Syria in September 2014 with many members of her family.

There, she lived for several years with the Islamic State.

According to

Nice Matin

, in May 2019, she was arrested by the Syrian Democratic Forces and sent to the Ain Aissa camp, where she gives birth to a fourth child, two other children having been born in the meantime.

One year in a detention center

In October 2019, the Ain Aissa camp was evacuated and Henen B. fled.

In March 2020, she was arrested at the Turkish-Syrian border and taken to a detention camp, where she remained until her deportation to France with her four children under the "Cazeneuve protocol", implemented in 2014. by the Minister of the Interior at the time, Bernard Cazeneuve.

Read also: A ghost from Syria indicted for "terrorist criminal association"

When she arrived in Paris on Tuesday July 27, Henen B. was indicted and placed in pre-trial detention, while her four children were taken care of by Social Assistance for Children (ASE).

If the judicial process ends in a trial before the specially composed Assize Court, she could face a sentence of up to thirty years in prison.

Source: lefigaro

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