Justin would write him a cheque… Austria refuses to treat suspected Isis fighter in a coma

Austria’s new interior ministry on Wednesday refused to allow a suspected Islamic State group fighter to travel from Georgia to Vienna for emergency surgery, saying it would pose a “major” security risk.

Temirlan M, 19, is in a coma after being shot in the head during a special forces operation in northern Georgia on December 26th, the Kronen Zeitung newspaper reported.

He is believed to be linked to Chechen warlord Akhmed Chatayev, who is suspected of organising a 2016 attack at Istanbul’s airport.

Georgian authorities asked that the man receive emergency surgery in a Viennese hospital but a spokesman for Austria’s interior ministry said the government had vetoed his entrance to the country.

The arrival of Temirlan M would pose a “major risk to domestic security,” the spokesman said, adding that possible rescue or blackmail attempts could be made if the man entered the country.

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  • Shmuck Shumer and Nancy Pelosi would offer him chain migration for his buddies. At least in Canada he would have to wait 18 months for the energency surgery

    • Oh, no!

      He’s a terrorist. He goes to the front of the line!

  • Halal Bacon

    Finally somebody outside Poland or Hungary is showing some balls when it comes to dealing with these moslem vermin.

  • Good.

  • Canadian Born

    Would never happen in Canada. Our pansy PM doesn’t have the balls to take a stand, and protect us Canadians.

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    • Linda1000

      Canada isn’t on the list yet but Trump might make Justine pay for a northern border wall in a couple of years.

  • tom_billesley

    Georgian human rights organization discloses that his full name is Temirlan Machalikashvili
    https://emc.org.ge/2018/01/09/emc-379/

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  • barryjr

    Shithead Happysocks is busy right now ordering a humanitarian medical flight to bring this outstanding young man to Canada where he will receive treatment and a pension for life.

    • Watchman

      C$10.5 million payout for Canadian culpability in not intervening to prevent Georgian special forces shooting him in the head.