‘I did not commit any crimes’: Australia’s most wanted terrorist denies killing anyone after rising through the ranks of ISIS – and begs to be set free in a Muslim nation

Australia’s most wanted terrorist has denied breaking the law, despite rising through the ranks to a senior role in the barbaric Islamic State.

Melbourne-born Neil Prakash, 26, has been held behind bars in a maximum-security prison since he was captured crossing the Turkish border in October.

In a court appearance in the city of Killis, the jihadist denied committing any crimes and pleaded not to be sent back to Australia

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  • vwVwwVwv

    Bondaged to a hog on 10000 feet altitude over a Muslim nation one can set him free, with a flying carpet instead of a parachute. No?

  • xavier

    Never set him free and definitely never goes to Australia. He forfeited his return when he went of murderlandia

  • tom_billesley

    You don’t rise through the ranks of that gang without making your bones.
    He’s correct however in that he won’t have broken any Sharia laws.

  • Bla Bla

    Yes, set him free. After being drawn and quartered first!