France’s first all-female ISIS terror cell held in Notre Dame ‘car bomb’ probe were plotting to blow up Paris train station THIS WEEK

 

 

A woman (C hood) is taken out of a building in Boussy-Saint-Antoine south of Paris on September 8, 2016 where female suspects, said to have been planning new acts of violence, were arrested. French police investigating the discovery a car containing six gas cylinders in Paris, on Thursday arrested three female suspects said to have been planning new acts of violence, shooting one of them in the process. / AFP PHOTO / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELTGEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT/AFP/Getty Images

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Suspect named only as ‘Ines M.’ was allegedly carrying a ‘last testament latter’ pledging allegiance to the terror group

A FRENCH teenager shot by cops was part of France’s first ever all-female ISIS terror cell which planned to attack a mainline railway station in Paris this week, it was alleged today.

Ines M. – whose full surname has not been revealed – was one of three women suspected of setting up a terror cell in Boussy-Saint-Antoine, south of the French capital.

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