Malika el Aroud, whom we profiled in our story "Love in the Time of Terror" a few months back, is making headline news around the world today. She was found guilty in Belgium of directing and financing a terrorist group, and will spend the next eight years behind bars. Here's a link to our gripping story about her life, and about her love affair with a suicide bomber who famously blew up a top anti-Taliban leader in Afghanistan, just days before 9/11.
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