Born: October 30, 1974;
Place of Birth: Belgium;
Nationality: Belgian, Moroccan;
Khalid Bouloudo is a Belgian-Moroccan terrorist convict who has trained in a terrorist camp in Afghanistan, and was secretly part of the Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group, an al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group.
He is among five individuals suspected of storming the family home of a 13-year-old boy in the middle of the night with masks, heavily armed, and kidnapping the boy.
In 2006, Bouloudo served a five-year prison sentence after being identified as a key figure in the GICM terrorist movement linked to Al-Qaeda and presumably linked to attacks in Casablanca (45 dead on May 16, 2003) and Madrid (191 dead on March 11, 2004).
Bouloudo is also accused of radicalizing and recruiting people in Maaseik, Limburg to fight with the Islamic State in Syria.
Authorities again arrested Bouloudo in 2015 and sentenced him to 10 years for terrorism. However, following an appeal, the court reduced his sentence to three years with parole.
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