By Theodore Shoebat
The German government has sentenced an Islamic terrorist who was an operative for ISIS to four years in prison. As we read in one report from Kurdistan 24:
Aslanbek S. (29), a Chechen jihadist who fought with the Islamic State (IS) against Kurds in Syrian Kurdistan was sentenced on Monday to four years and two months in jail.
The former IS militant, a Chechen originally from Grozny, the capital of the Chechen Republic in Russia, was living with his wife and two children in Bremen, Germany, reported the Weser Kurier, a local newspaper.
According to state prosecutors, Aslanbek S. often visited the Islamic Cultural Centre in Bremen, which was under surveillance by the German state.