Intelligence Service: 9-year-olds going to Syria may pose threat to Netherlands
The General Dutch Intelligence Service (AIVD) has changed its policy and now considers children from the age of 9 who go to Syria as a threat to such an extent that they are being registered. They will now be counted among the jihadists who have left the Netherlands.
This is due to the fact that minors from the age of 9 years old are being taken by ISIS to military training camps for children. They learn to use fire-arms and stabbing weapons. They are also trained to carry out executions. Girls from the age of 9 are being taught how they should assist their husbands in the armed struggle. They are also required to wear a veil from that age.