MOMBASA. Three suspected women terrorists "Alshabaab brides" arraigned in Mombasa Law Court


  • Salma Ahmed (C) of Haki Africa consoles Amina Abdulaziz (L) mother of Khadijah Abubakjar and Salma Salma Ahmed (R) mother to Mariam Said outside the Mombasa Law Courts after their daughters appeared before the Mombasa Senior Resident Magistrate Irene Rugum when they were presented in court over terrorism on March 30, 2015. The two and one Tanzanian were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Three suspected terror suspects Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul (R) from Tanzania, Maryam Said Aboud (C) and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir both Kenyans at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. The three were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Tanzanian terror suspect Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two others were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27, 2015 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Terror suspect Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two others were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27, 2015 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Three suspected terror suspects Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul (L) from Tanzania, Maryam Said Aboud (R) and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir both Kenyans at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. The three were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Three suspected terror suspects Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul (L) from Tanzania, Maryam Said Aboud (R) and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir both Kenyans at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two other Kenyans Maryam Said Aboud and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Tanzanian terror suspect Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two others were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27, 2015 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Terror suspect Maryam Said Aboud 22-years at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two others were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27, 2015 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Terror suspect Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two others were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March 27, 2015 in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Three suspected terror suspects Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul (R) from Tanzania, Maryam Said Aboud (C) and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir both Kenyans at Mombasa law court on March 30, 2015. She and two other Kenyans Maryam Said Aboud and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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  • Terror suspect Ummu-L-Khayr Sadik Abdhul from Tanzania being led to Mombasa Court basements on March 30, 2015. She and two other Kenyans Maryam Said Aboud and Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir were arrested by Kenya Defence Forces on March in Elwak at the Kenya-Somalia border when were allegedly on their way to meeting a contact. They confessed that they were set for training as jihadist fighters and were remanded for 20 days to police stations in Makupa, Kilindini and Nyali in the coastal town of Mombasa. Photo/www.pic-centre.com



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