BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:00 P.M.) – A captured Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) terrorist from Germany sat down for an interview with the German language news site Welt Spiegel recently to discuss his participation in the Syrian conflict.

During the interview, the ISIS fighter, Farid Saal, acknowledges that he starred in a mass execution video of Syrian soldiers in the eastern countryside of the Homs Governorate in  July 2014.

The captured ISIS fighter said that he posed with the executed Syrian Army soldiers because it would help his smuggling business that he was running inside the country.

He said his main job in Syria was to smuggle foreign fighters from Turkey to the Islamic State-held areas across the country.

Furthermore, he says that life in Raqqa city was pleasant, as he was able to relax by playing games, browsing the internet, and chatting with different fighters.

At the end of the interview, the Islamic State terrorist tells the reporter that he wants to go back to Germany, even if it means he will be imprisoned.

He concludes that he does not want to be imprisoned in Syria, but Germany has not agreed to any extradition terms, especially with non-state entities like the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

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jmNZ

If this guy ever gets to Germany, he should be extradited immediately to Syria for trial for murder.

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With German nationality, they can’t extradite him from Germany and actually, you can’t extradite anyone to other countries when charges can result with capital punishment, nevertheless, Germany also sues murderers who committed crimes abroad, are they citizens or not. Moreover, at best for him, he’s accomplice, so he’s into long term jail… Nevertheless, one thing is clear : from public opinion POV in Europe, such creeps are traitors and should have nationality revoked and them being let down from any consulate assistance and assume their fate since they joined our enemies. Nobody wants them back and nobody cares if they… Read more »

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@Daeshbags-Sux, with that name he is no ethnic German but was given German citizenship because he applied. And he should be divested of it if he retained his original citizenship. Because it only forbidden to make a German stateless by taking away the German Citizenship.

And in this case. He swore allegiance to the IS Caliphate and thus renounced his German citizenship.

I am against protecting criminals against harsher punishment. Because they knew what they did and what the punishment was where they committed the crime.

I am only against sending Germans to be tried abroad.

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@jmNZ, under no condition can a German be send abroad to be tried there. It is simply against German law.

p.s. Because in the past Germans were discriminated in ex enemy countries. Because there some judicial foreign criminals claimed all Germans or SS soldiers were automatically Fascists or after WW I imperial loyalists and should be sentenced harder. Thus these judicial foreign criminals bend the law. And Germany law protects against that treatment.

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Chauhan Chauhan

he should be hanged in the street of homs. so the family of fallen SAA will throw sleeper on him

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Nope. As irregular combatant, Hague Convention allows summary execution. Don’t make a fuss…
Now, although not a “politically correct” thing… Just recycle his corpse as food for the pigs and broadcast it : it’ll make jihadis know that they will end the same way and since shitlamists depise pigs, these will believe they will go to hëll instead getting their 72 virgins, hehe 🙂

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@Daeshbags-Sux, just kill, You must not insult. IMHO.

p.s. So You admit it was legal to sentence resistance fighters to summary punishment. Interesting. Tongue out.

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@Chauhan, You must not add to the punishment by insulting the corpse of a criminal neither must You insult captured or dead soldiers.

That is Entente and other Barbarian style.