Video: Terrorist White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite reportedly marries al-Shabaab chief Hassan Maalim Ibrahim

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I ntelligence sources told the UK’s Mirror that Lewthwaite’s new marriage ensures she receives better ­protection from Hassan’s heavily-armed relatives as security agencies step up the hunt for her.
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The intelligence sources said that Lewthwaite and Hassan have been spotted in the remote village of Nasable, 40 kilometres from the south central Somali city of Baidoa, where the mum-of-four was last seen in November.

Vast swathes of Somalia are lawless areas, ruled by al-Shabaab warlords like Hassan.
“Samantha is in a heavily guarded village in a no-go area for outsiders,” the intelligence source said.
“Her in-laws will treat her very well as she is now one of them and part of one of the large clans.
“But we’re sure she’ll move around which is why she needs to get in with the family.”
Lewthwaite, who was raised as a Christian but had converted to Islam by the age of 17, is rumoured to have been behind last September’s Westgate shopping mall massacre in Nairobi.
“She wears black socks and gloves and hijab to cover her white skin so spies won’t see her,” said the intelligence source.
“Samantha has given herself great protection with this marriage.”
Lewthwaite, widow of twisted 7/7 London suicide bomber Germaine Lindsay, is also believed to have been married to former Kenyan naval officer turned terrorist Abdi Wahid.
Sources have revealed he left her to fight for al-Shabaab after being selected to lead a suicide unit targeting Kenyan soldiers fighting in Somalia. It is not known if he is dead or alive.
Detectives believe Wahid could be behind a double bomb attack in a Nairobi market this month which left 10 people dead and scores more wounded.
Lewthwaite has been on the run for nearly three years after being linked to a failed 2011 plot to blow up hotels and a mall in Mombasa, Kenya.
The Mirror’s source said: “As long as she is free she is a danger.”
She became the world’s most wanted female terrorist when she was linked to last September’s Nairobi mall massacre that killed 67 shoppers, including five Britons. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the atrocity.
The group has also been blamed for a string of grenade blasts and murders in Kenya.

Federal Government updated its travel advice to Kenya on May 17 after a string of terrorist attacks. Australians are advised not to travel to Somalia.


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