Dutchman played Key Role in ISIS
Mohamed Amine Boutahar, born in Rabat in Morocco, grew up in the Netherlands and had a Dutch passport. It has now been discovered that he was one of the leaders of the Amniyat, the secret service of ISIS.
Under his leadership western hostages in Syria were interrogated and tortured. He collaborated with jihadists who later carried out terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels.
His father was the Moroccan consul in the Dutch town Den Bosch. Mohamed was executed in 2014 having been accused of being a British spy.