This is what the National Observatory for Human Development (ONDH – Northern Section) claims in a Facebook publication in which a team arrived in Syria last week and has since conducted extensive interrogations.  Several questions were posed to them, especially about the beginning of their radicalization and the moment they decided to join the Daech group.
Several hundred Moroccan women and their children are currently in a refugee camp north of Syria waiting for the Moroccan authorities to repatriate them to the kingdom. Last year, the Iraqi government decided to allow women and children under the age of 15 to return to their country of origin, including Morocco.
However, those who have blood on their hands will not be able to return to their country before going to court.
According to official figures, more than 1,600 Moroccan fighters have gone to Syria to join terrorist groups.