June 27, 2018

GERMANY: Tunisian Asylum Seeker And ISIS Member, Who Helped People Join ISIS And Was Even Called A Governor Of ISIS In Germany Hasn't Been Deported Yet And Is Fighting It.

The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) the Left tells us has been made up by Israeli Mossad and US CIA. The Marxist Left and Islamist worldwide adamantly claim ISIS doesn't exist. Welt is a local German news website. I had to use their translation feature. So, the translation will not be perfect. (emphasis mine)

Welt, Germany
written by Staff
Tuesday June 26, 2018

A terrorist helper sentenced to prison is to be deported to Tunisia. But the man refuses to leave Germany. He is no longer dangerous, argues his lawyer.

in a condemned Islamist terrorist helper defends himself in Aachen against his planned deportation. The 42-year-old Tunisian has filed a lawsuit, informed the Administrative Court of Aachen on Tuesday. The city region of Aachen issued an expulsion order because it posed a threat to public order.

His lawyer denies this: The Tunisian is purified and no longer a follower of Islamist ideology. The case is scheduled to be heard by the Administrative Court in the fall. " Aachener Zeitung " and " Aachener Nachrichten " had reported on the case.

The Tunisian was sentenced in June 2016 by the Higher Regional Court of Dรผsseldorf to five and a half years in prison. He had, according to the verdict, helped with the smuggling of jihadists who wanted to join the terrorist militia Islamic State (IS).

The Tunisian had even been designated by an intermediary of the IS in Turkey as a governor and governor of the militia in Germany. According to Dรผsseldorf Higher Regional Court, the decision to release him after serving two thirds of his sentence.

After his entry, the 42-year-old had filed an asylum application stating false personal data. After rejecting the application, he had repeatedly been able to prevent his deportation, according to the Administrative Court.
Deutsche Welle (DW) News, Germany
written by DW Staff, AP, AFP
Monday June 25, 2018

A Tunisian man who was allegedly a bodyguard to late al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden is to be returned to his homeland, German officials say. He is considered a security threat but had fended off deportation until now.

German officials said on Monday that they had detained a 42-year-old Tunisian man alleged to have served as a bodyguard to the former head of terror group al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden, and were planning to deport him back to his homeland.

His case had caused a public outcry in Germany in recent months when it was reported that the man, identified as Sami A., could not be deported despite being seen as a security threat because a court had ruled that he could face torture in Tunisia.

Change in legal status
  • Sami A. was detained when he made his mandatory daily check-in at a police station
  • The move to deport him comes after the Federal Office for Migration reversed the April court ruling
  • He has lived in Germany for almost two decades without being charged with an offense
Court ruling sets precedent

The ruling by the Constitutional Court in May that another Tunisian man, accused of involvement in the 2015 attack on Tunis' Bardo museum, could be deported to his homeland paved the way for Sami A.'s planned expulsion. Hard-line Interior Minister Horst Seehofer had seized on the May ruling to call on migration authorities to make Sami A.'s case "a priority."

Why was Sami A.'s case so controversial? Many in Germany were outraged that although Sami A. was considered a security threat and had had his application for asylum rejected, he has continued living in Germany. Revelations in the Bild newspaper that he has collected almost €1,200 ($1,400) a month in welfare have compounded their anger.

Why was his deportation previously blocked? In April, a court ruled that deportation was illegal because Sami A. faced "the considerable likelihood" of "torture and inhumane or degrading treatment" if he returned to Tunisia.

What is he suspected of? German justice officials believe Sami A. underwent military training at an al-Qaida military camp in Afghanistan in 1999 and 2000 and that he was among bin Laden's guards, an allegation he has always denied.

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