Three more nonwhite invaders with German nationality have been jailed for joining up with Jihadists in Syria, underlining the danger of legal Third World immigration to Europe.
A court in North Rhine-Westphalia last week jailed Fadil Rudolf S., 26, Mohamed A. 24, and Mustafa P., 26, for going to Syria and receiving training from ISIS, before returning to Germany.
The three, all legal immigrants to Germany and German passport holders, initially left for Syria in 2013 to join the Junud al-Sham “rebel” terrorists (the “Soldiers of Syria”) which later morphed into ISIS.
“After Fadil’s first return to Germany, he once again made himself available as a fighter for Isis over several weeks in July 2014,” the court in the western city of Düsseldorf said in a statement.
“Later in January and in the summer of 2015, he also sought twice to travel to Syria to join Isis.”
Fadil was sentenced to four and a half years of imprisonment.
The other two invaders, Mohamed A. and 26-year-old Mustafa P., were sentenced to two years and nine months for involvement in Junud al-Sham for several months in 2013.
According to a report in the Funke Mediengruppe, Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière has drafted a law which would take German citizenship away from people with two passports who fight for terror groups abroad.
There are currently around 900 German citizens who are fighting for jihadist groups in Syria or Iraq. This law would affect slightly more than 100 of this group of extremists, according to the report.
Almost a third of those who have travelled abroad have returned and 140 were killed while abroad, while around 420 are still in Syria or Iraq.