Malika El Aroud, who is in Belgium in 2010 for terrorist activities, was condemned, and lost in november 2017 her Belgian nationality and was a few days later in a closed centre and placed with the view to her expulsion to Morocco. They asked for asylum in Belgium, but the office of the Commissioner general for Refugees and Stateless persons (CGRS) rejected her request. The Council for Vreemdelingenbestwistingen (BIM) examined the appeal against this refusal was submitted.Read also “Black widow of jihad” asks political asylum in Belgium for deportation to prevent No regrets
According to the Council the several convictions in the past proven that Malika El Aroud has been guilty of actions contrary to the objectives and principles of the United Nations, which allows her to exclude them from international protection. She also has not shown regret or remorse, according to the Council. the
The international protection to which the Geneva convention right, is a "privileged status" to which Malika El Aroud himself unworthy has made to receive it, what it sounds like.
Her lawyers pointed to the risk of ill-treatment and even torture upon expulsion to Morocco. But according to the 'council' needs to the Council and to comment on the demand for international protection of the woman, not about the expulsion. If the Belgian state to enter into its practice, it must verify whether the expulsion is in accordance with the rights of man.Osama bin laden
El Aroud is the widow of Abdessatar Dahmane, who on 9 september 2001 (two days before 9/11) in command of Osama bin laden, the Afghan opposition leader Ahmed Shah Massoud assassinated. Dahmane died later in Afghanistan in an attack.
El Aroud is afterwards married with Gharsallaoui Moez. The couple ran together in a network that fighters to Waziristan sent to Pakistani-Afghan border. The woman in 2010 was sentenced to eight years in prison because she was part of a Brussels terrorist cell. The Belgian was then taken away.
Moez fled to Waziristan and grew up there from to an important part of Al-Qaeda. He died in an attack by a Us drone.