Tuesday, September 24, 2013


Samantha Lewthwaite, in conservative Muslim attire, is the widow of British suicide bomber Jermaine Lindsay. She is wanted in connection with the July 2005 London attacks and may be among the dead terrorists involved this weekend’s deadly Kenya rampage.

Last night, as the bodies were still being counted at the Kenyan shopping mall, Kenyan anti-terror police have revealed that a 29 years old lady Samantha Lewthwaite - who is known to many as 'The White Widow' - may be the brains behind the operation to bring terror to the heart of Kenya.

Survivors of the Westgate Mall in Nairobi said a white woman wearing a veil appeared to be commanding the other terrorists as they hunted down and killed non-Muslim shoppers. Media reports, mostly from Britain, are fueling conjecture that Lewthwaite was the white woman killed in the Nairobi attack.

Samantha Lewthwaite, 29, the daughter of a former British soldier grew up as a normal teenager in Aylesbury before meeting Jermaine Lindsay, a British Muslim, in an online chat room when she was 17.
Having converted to Islam as a young woman and married Germaine Lindsay who went on to be a 7/7 London suicide bomber, she has become a key figure in the terror group behind this weekend’s attack.

Her husband, Germaine Lindsay, blew himself up in the July 2005 suicide bombings, killing 52 people. Lewthwaite initially condemned her late husband’s attack and denied any knowledge of his plan. She has been on the run ever since eight years

More than eight years later, Lewthwaite is one of Al Qaeda’s main recruiters in East Africa and is an official spokesman for Al Shabaab (The People), the terrorist group behind the horror in Nairobi

Known to her devoted followers as Dada muzungu – Swahili for white sister – Lewthwaite moved to Kenya with her three children in 2007.

Lewthwaite has even been involved in training a group of all-female suicide attackers at camps in lawless neighbouring Somalia.

The British Samantha Lewthwaite with Husband Jermaine Lindsay The London`s 7/7 bomber