Mohamed Hamdouch, the Executioner from Morocco (Islamic State / IS / ISIS) — INDIVIDUAL PROFILE

Mohamed Hamdouch (aliases: Abu Tasnim Al Magribi, Kokito Castillejas and Kokito Yu) is notorious for his brutality and is often referred to as the "Beheader of Castillejas". This follows many tweets of him holding decapitated heads of those fighting ISIS. He is married to Asia Ahmed Mohamed (from Ceuta, Spain). He is from Fnideq, Morocco. According to the publication and social media accounts, Hamdouch was killed in November 2015 while fighting in Syria.Emigration to Syria and Family Life:Hamdouch was reportedly recruited to the Islamic State by Mustafá Maya Amaya, a Spanish citizen born in Belgium, who was arrested in March 2014. Before traveling to Syria, he ran a clothing business, though other reports refer to his trade as a mechanic. According to Hamdouch’s parents he arrived in Syria in 2013 and was influenced and radicalized through the Internet. His wife Asia Ahmed Mohamed emigrated to Syria in 2014, and gave birth to a son in March, 2015. In an interview Hamdouch…

Mohamed Hamdouch, the Executioner from Morocco (Islamic State / IS / ISIS) — INDIVIDUAL PROFILE, also known as Abu Tasnim Al Magribi, Kokito Castillejas, Kokito Yu , Beheader of Castillejas is an inactive group formed c. 2013.
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