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Europe’s first female musim suicide scumbag’s head flew into the street upon detonation, she was also a booze loving wacko

  • Hasna Aitboulahcen, 26, became Europe’s first female suicide bomber when she blew herself up in Saint Denis siege 
  • She detonated her suicide vest packed with explosives after going to KFC
  • Screamed ‘Help me!’ before blast in which her head flew through window
  • Aitboulahcen, cousin of Paris bombings mastermind, was described by friends as a booze-loving extrovert 
  • Her nickname was ‘The Cowgirl’ as she loved to wear big cowboy hats  

Posing with two fingers up to the camera, this is Europe’s first female suicide bomber whose head flew through a window and landed on the street when she blew herself up during the Saint-Denis siege.

Hasna Aitboulahcen screamed, ‘help me, help me!’ before detonating her suicide vest packed full of explosives as French anti-terror police moved in on the terrorists’ hiding place.

Her head and spine flew through a window before a ferocious gun battle broke at the flat in Saint Denis where the mastermind of the Paris bombings Abdelhamid Abaaoud was said to be hiding out.

Witnesses described seeing a female with long blonde hair blow herself up in the chaos. She is said to have gone to a nearby KFC restaurant to buy some food and looked ‘relaxed’ just hours before.

Now friends have revealed how Aitboulahcen, 26, Abaaoud’s cousin, was an ‘extrovert’ who drank alcohol and was nicknamed ‘the cowgirl’ due to her love of wearing big cowboy hats.

Hasna Aitboulahcen, 26, the cousin of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged mastermind behind the ISIS Paris atrocities Credit La DH/Les Sports Agreed fee 200 euro on use. NO INTERNET. Supplied by Eric Guidicelli, Directeur artistique,, Tel : +32 474 77 77 24, Fax : +32 2 211 28 70, Groupe de presse s.a. I.P.M., Boulevard Emile Jacqmain, 127, 1000 Bruxelles

Moroccan-born Aitboulahcen’s family arrived in France in 1973 and settled in Paris, where she was born in 1989 in Clichy-la-Garenne, a suburb of north west Paris close to Wednesday morning’s gun siege.

Her parents are said to be separated. She lived with her mother in Clichy-la Garenne and friends said she remained ‘close’ to her father and would regularly visit his home in Creutzwald, Moselle.

Aitboulahcen studied at Paul Verlaine University in Metz.

She was registered as the director of building company, Beko Construction, located in Epinay sur Seine, three miles from the scene of yesterday’s raid. The company was liquidated last year.

Neighbours said she had a memorable bubbly personality, adding that she was ‘outgoing, a bit clueless’.

They said: ‘She did not look like a suicide bomber and she drank alcohol.’

It is believed that Abaaoud was also killed in the raid yesterday morning, however French authorities have yet to confirm the death.

One witness, known only as Christian, 20, said he heard a woman yelling ‘Help me!’ after a 15 minute lull in the firefight.

He told Le Parisien: ‘The police asked her to identify herself, and to show herself. She held her hands up but she didn’t reveal her face.


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