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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Germany deports man for fighting against ISIS

Germany Kisses the Ass of ISIS

  • For years Germany and other nations have deliberately imported millions of Muslims and created a Trojan Horse fifth column inside Europe.
  • But if you dare to volunteer to fight for the Kurds against ISIS then you are deported by the corrupt open borders political elites.

(The Local)  -  An Australian man who reportedly joined a group fighting Islamic State jihadists in Syria will be deported from Germany, the foreign ministry said on Saturday.
Australian media had reported that Ashley Dyball was detained in Germany after travelling to Europe for a break from working with a Kurdish militia group known as YPG.

"We are aware Mr. Dyball was detained by German authorities in Berlin," a spokeswoman for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade told AFP via email.

"We understand a German court has ruled that Mr. Dyball will be deported to Australia."
The ministry gave no indication of any charges against him.
Australian officials have been increasingly concerned about citizens travelling to Iraq and Syria to join extremist groups such as Islamic State (also known as Daesh), with some 110 Australians currently fighting in the region. As many as 45 have died in the conflict.
Canberra has introduced new laws to combat the threat, with foreign incursions offences updated as part of new counter-terrorism laws introduced last year aimed at blocking jihadists going overseas to fight. 
Under the laws, it is a crime to fight for militants on either side of the conflict.
The Australian foreign ministry gave no further details on Dyball's case, beyond saying he was being given consular assistance and they were working with German authorities.
"As is our long-standing practice, the government will not discuss specific law enforcement or intelligence matters," the spokeswoman said.
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Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) fighters wave their movement's flag
as they parade in the northeastern Syrian town of Qamishli.

Attacked for daring to fight ISIS
(Newsweek)  -  Jamie Read, left, and James Hughes, right, were held at Heathrow airport after they returned from fighting ISIS in Syria.
Read told The Sun that he was "raging" when they were taken into separate interview rooms at Heathrow airport and questioned about their trip for over six hours"They kept asking why we went, who we were with and were we being paid? We weren't, of course," he said.

Their laptops and phones were also reportedly taken off them and analysed by anti-terrorism officers.

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