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Khalid El Bakraoui was born on 12 January, 1989 in Brussels, Belgium, is an A Belgian-Moroccan terrorist. At 27 years old, Khalid El Bakraoui height not available right now. We will update Khalid El Bakraoui's height soon as possible.

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Khalid El Bakraoui Age 27 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 12 January 1989
Birthday 12 January
Birthplace Brussels, Belgium
Date of death 22 March 2016,
Died Place Brussels, Belgium
Nationality Belgium

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On 15 March 2016, Khalid and his brother Ibrahim evaded capture during a police raid in Brussels. On 16 March 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the United States sent information about them to authorities in the Netherlands. The New York Police Department's Intelligence Division also informed the Dutch embassy liaison in Washington, that they were wanted for "terrorism, extremism and recruitment".

Khalid has been identified as the suicide bomber at Maalbeek metro station in Brussels on 22 March 2016.


In May 2015, following his release, Khalid was arrested upon meeting with a former criminal accomplice, which violated a term of his parole, but a judge released him because he continued to meet the rest of his parole conditions. From October 2015, he failed his parole appointments and abandoned his address, resulting in a cancelled parole as of February 2016.

In August 2015, Interpol issued a warrant for his arrest. Two further arrest warrants were issued for Khalid on 11 December 2015, one international and one European. Both were issued by a Paris judge investigating the November 2015 Paris attacks, because Khalid, using false documents, rented the Charleroi house where fingerprints of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind of those attacks, as well as an involved suicide bomber, Bilal Hadfi, were found.

According to a report by the De Morgen daily, Belgian authorities, acting after they learned, in the summer of 2015, of his call on friends to help him obtain as many Kalashnikov chargers as possible, searched El Bakraoui's home in October 2015, found evidence of "calls to jihad" and "images of known terrorists", but found no weapons and therefore did not make an arrest.


In 2011, Khalid was arrested for the possession of Kalashnikov rifles. In September 2011, he was convicted of the carjackings, possession of weapons, and the 2009 bank robbery, being sentenced to five years in prison. He was released from prison after serving most of his sentence.


On 27 October 2009, he was one of three men involved in a bank robbery, in which they kidnapped an employee and forced her to drive them to her workplace in Brussels and deactivate the alarm. They made off with €41,000. About two weeks later, Khalid stole a vehicle and was later found with it and a number of other stolen vehicles in a warehouse. Though he was detained, he was not charged at the time.


Khālid al-Bakrāwī (Arabic: خالد البكراوي ‎; 12 January 1989 – 22 March 2016), also known as Abū Walīd al-Baljīkī, was a Belgian national of Moroccan descent, confirmed to be the suicide bomber at the metro station in the 2016 Brussels bombings.