Syrian Barber condemned in Germany for extortion of money from Islamists

A court in Germany has sentenced a Syrian refugee who tried to extort money from the militants of the “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia). About it reports Reuters.

As has established a consequence, the 39-year-old Barber from Damascus by the name of Hassan, who escaped from the war in Germany, contacted the IG and tried to lure fighters 180 thousand euros. In return, he promised to arrange in the host country several terrorist attacks.

Money parikmaher never received, however, the court in the German city of Saarbrucken felt that he was guilty of the attempted deception. Hassan was sentenced to two years in prison. The judges rejected the prosecution that pushed for more severe punishment, claiming that the accused were plotting a terrorist act.

In March in Dusseldorf German police detained a suspect in committing war crimes in Syria of Abdulfatah H. A. He was an active member of the terrorist group “Jabhat EN-Nusra” (banned in Russia), took part in mass executions and personally executed 36 prisoners soldiers of the Syrian army. The gunman later immigrated to Germany and applied for asylum.

On 9 February, German police conducted a large-scale special operation in which were arrested two alleged members of the terrorist group “Islamic state”. The RAID was carried out on 12 addresses in Gottingen (Federal state of lower Saxony).