Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism – according to a report in Het Laatste Nieuws, A 29-year-old Belgian woman convicted of terrorism and released on parole was arrested on 4 January in Budapest while on her way to Turkey, confirmed by the federal prosecutor’s office.
One of the conditions for her release was a ban on travel to Turkey, the federal prosecutor’s office said.
The woman was arrested by Hungarian police at the Népliget bus station, which has connections to Brussels via Flixbus. She was reportedly on her way to Syria where she wanted to join Islamic State (ISIS) terror cells still active there, the newspaper reported.
“The woman was picked up on a bus en route to Turkey,” the federal prosecutor’s office said. “She had been released under conditions and one of those conditions was that she was not allowed to travel to Turkey. She will be transferred to Belgium shortly.”