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Croatian Widow Of Bin Laden’s Operator Revealed

The identity of the widow of former Al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki, who was named in the press as the Croatian Amina, has been revealed as a 35-year-old Croatian women from the eastern Croatian town of Bjelovar, reports Vecernji list.

It was earlier reported that Danish intelligence agent Morten Storm, working for the CIA, went undercover to infiltrate the Al Qaeda and set up the marriage between Bin Laden’s main operator al-Awlaki and the Bjelovar women. Vecernji list report that the family of the women and her friends confirmed the information.

The women, who studied in Zagreb and was raised as a catholic, but changed paths after she was introduced to The Qur’an a few years back. Anwar al-Awlaki was killed in an American drone attack in Yemen in 2011. It was reported that the Croatian women is still living in Yemen and training to be a suicide bomber.

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