By Walid Shoebat
French authorities reveal that the woman most wanted by French authorities during the Charlie Hebdo attacks in France is now back in circulation with ISIS in Syria.
The video, titled “Blow Up France 2,” was released Tuesday and shows an ISIS fighter praising previous attackers in France and calling for new attacks.
In the video (Beginning at 4:12 she is seen standing to the left of the ISIS speaker) it shows Hayat Boumeddiene wearing camouflage clothing and holding an AK47 weapon.
“French authorities are investigating the possibility this woman could be Hayat Boumeddiene,” the source said.
Her husband, Amedy Coulibaly, killed four hostages January 9 at a kosher grocery in Paris, authorities said. He was killed by police in a rescue and the remaining hostages fled to safety.
Authorities are searching for Boumeddiene, who is believed to be in Syria Tel Abyad. She and Coulibaly were married in a religious ceremony, but the marriage was not officially recognized under French law.
The grocery store attack followed the January 8 attack by Islamic gunmen on Charlie Hebdo, a satire magazine. The next day, a French police officer was killed. Seventeen people were killed over those three days.
The latest ISIS video calls for more attacks on soldiers and police officers in France.
“If you fight for democracy, we will fight for Islam,” they say to officials. “You will have to accept that we will react fully to the numerous crimes you committed. You took our rights. Therefore you can’t expect to be in peace.”