ISIS Commander Discovered Living Among Refugees In Small German Village

ISIS Commander Discovered Living Among Refugees In Small German Village

As the migrant situation continues to heat up in Germany, police raided two homes in a rural village in search of a suspected Islamic State commander after the SPIEGEL TV tracked him down with tip offs from Syrian activists.

The raids took place in Sankt Johann, a small village in the Southwest German state, Rhineland Palatinate. A spokesman from the prosecutor’s office said the two men targeted are suspected of “taking part in the Syrian civil war” and are members of a terrorist organization.

He was identified as a man called Bassam, who is believed to be responsible for the deaths of dozens of people. The 32-year-old man allegedly fought for the Islamic State in the eastern city Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor before leaving via Turkey to seek asylum in Germany.

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