Britain’s first ‘All-female terrorist gang’ make apperance at Old Bailey


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Artist’s issue of the trio at an earlier court hearing

Mina Dich, 43, her daughter Rizlaine Boular, 21, and Khawla Barghouthi, 20, are accused of concocting to carry out a knife attack in London’s Westminster.

Boular was shot four habits in the stomach as armed police raided a house in Willesden, north London, in April.

Barghouthi was captured at the house and Dich was seized in a raid in Kent.

All three appeared at the Old Bailey via video in from HMP Bronzefield, Surrey.

They are each charged with one upon rely on of engaging in the preparation of a terrorist act and one count of conspiracy to murder.

Dich and Boular were annoying traditional Muslim face veils and raised their hands to tag themselves.

Barghouthi wore a hijab that did not hide her face. Mr Equity Holroyde remanded them in custody and set a plea and trial preparation informed entertaining for October 23.

Dich, of Lambeth, south London, Boular, of Clerkenwell, median London, and Barghouthi, of Willesden, will go on trial in November.

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