10 women who’ve funded jihad

September 30, 2014

The wife of Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, Umaymah Hasan Ahmed Muhammed Hasan, once declared that Muslim women “should fulfill whatever they [the mujahideen] ask of us, may it be through monetary aid to them or any service or information or suggestion or participation in fighting or even through a martyrdom operation” (emphasis mine). Several have taken that message to heart.

Money Jihad has compiled profiles of 10 women who have funded Islamic terrorism since 9/11. This list includes several women who lived on the West coast of the U.S., but also the Midwest, U.K., and Europe. Pakistan-based terrorists and al-Shabaab in Somalia are common recipients of their funds. Several of these women worked with other women to carry out their fundraising or cash smuggling activities, while others worked with men.

Readers may also remember several women who have helped secular terrorist groups rob banks to raise money for their causes, including Ulrike Meinhof (Red Army Faction), Patty Hurst (Symbionese Liberation Army), and Assata Shakur (Black Liberation Army).

Are we forgetting any others?


  1. Reblogged this on Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center and commented:
    Proof that female supporters of jihad are a dangerous and underestimated group.

  2. Unfortunate and stark reality of this insane war that is tearing apart the world. Historically women have always supported war, and agendas of their men however evil they were regardless of religious identities – we are all aware of the western feminism’s support of “genocidal subjugation and exploitation of the “heathens” that is people of color.
    I also find the linkage of secularism with terrorist groups very enlightening and ironic.

  3. I need some money plz send me 919596140764

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