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Dimitri Bontinck

Dimitri Bontinck is a former soldier for the Belgian army, UN peacekeeper in Slovenia, and security officer who in 2013 discovered that his teenaged son had traveled to Syria to join the group that later became ISIS. Bontinck traveled to Syria and, after several dangerous encounters with ISIS jihadis, rescued his son from the terrorist group. Since then, he has traveled numerous times to the region to save other young men and has become an expert on resistance to violent Islamic radicalism.
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