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Moroccan Affiliated with 'Daesh' Arrested in Italy

Publié le Lundi 12 Juillet 2021 | MAP



​Rabat - The services of the General Directorate of Territorial Surveillance (DGST) arrested, Friday, in close coordination with the Italian security services in charge of terrorism cases, a Moroccan citizen who held positions of responsibility within the terrorist organization "Daesh" in its traditional strongholds on the Syrian-Iraqi scene, the DGST said Saturday.


Security coordination and exchange of information and intelligence between the services of the DGST and their Italian counterparts have made it possible to locate and arrest the suspect, aka "Abi Al-Barae", in Italy, who managed to illegally immigrate to Europe from places of combat under the control of "Daesh", said the DGST in a statement.

The arrested Moroccan citizen is the subject of an international arrest warrant issued by the Moroccan judicial authorities, after research and investigations conducted by the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ), under the DGST, with several people who returned from the scenes of combat under the control of Daesh, revealed that the suspect held important positions of responsibility within the so-called "Islamic state", said the same source.

This arrest is part of the efforts made by the DGST services to fight the dangers of the terrorist threat at the international level, and the tracking of persons wanted in cases of terrorism and extremism. It also crowns the serious and active involvement of the Moroccan security services in international efforts to deal with the terrorist threat.

Coordination is underway between the National Central Bureau, under the General Directorate of National Security (Interpol office in Rabat), the Moroccan judicial authorities and their Italian counterparts, in order to expedite the sending of the file of extradition of the person concerned via the usual official channels, concluded the statement.



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