A middle-age couple from Naples who converted to Islam is accused of trafficking guns, several attack helicopters, and ammunition both to Iran and to ISIS.
Barbie Latza Nade
NAPLES, Italy—Below the white wrought iron balconies and green shutters that one expects in this city, at street level the Sheik Narghile Arabian Bar and Restaurant advertises belly dancing and Arabic cuisine in bright lettering on its darkened windows. It seems out of place among the ice cream parlors and pastry shops. But, then, décor is the least of the problems associated with this building.
The landlords are Annamaria Fontana, 62, a former local councilwoman who has been known as the Dark Lady since she converted to Islam more than a decade ago, and her husband Mario di Leva, 68, who has gone by the name Jaafar since he converted to Islam in the late 1980s.
They, along with their son Luca...