A mother and her two daughters tried to form the first all-female terrorist group in Britain. The mother and her eldest daughter are currently undergoing trial. Their plans were to drive through a crowd of people in front of the British Museum and to attack passersby with knives near Westminster Palace.
Safaa Boular, 18, reportedly planned to carry out a grenade, rifle, or car attack at the British Museum, referring to “pineapple” grenades in her online conversations. The court was informed that she was thwarted when she attempted to travel to Raqqa, Syria to marry her fiancée, an ISIS member she met online. Even behind bars, she continued to indict herself by encouraging her sister, 22-year-old Rizlaine Boular, to carry out a knife attack at Westminster Palace.
Their mother, 44-year-old Mina Dich, aided and encouraged her daughter’s plans, and purchased the knives her eldest daughter had planned to use.