‘Jihadi Bonnie and Clyde’ kiss and cuddle in the dock as they are reunited in court appearance after being accused of plotting terror attack

A young married couple described as the ‘Jihadi Bonnie and Clyde’ kissed and embraced in the dock of a court while facing terrorism charges.

Alo-Bridget Namoa and Sameh Bayda, both 20, spent more than a year and a half behind bars before they were briefly reunited during a committal hearing in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday.

The couple, who were married less than are two months before they were arrested, are charged with conspiring to do an act in preparation for a terrorist attack.