German court convicts two Syrian “refugee” fighters on terror charges

A Munich court on Tuesday convicted two former Syrian rebel fighters who came to Germany as refugees.

Kamel T., 25, was sentenced to four years in prison, while his friend Azad R., 23, was given two years’ parole due to his age at the time of the crime.

The two were accused of being members of a foreign terrorist organization in Syria, where they fought alongside the Salafist Ahrar al-Sham militant group. They also violated the German laws on the use of weapon in foreign war zones.

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