The German Public Prosecutor General’s Office said it had brought charges against two Iraqi nationals suspected of being members of the Daesh terror group, who participated in the execution of a high-ranked Iraqi official.

“On August 9, 2018, the Public Prosecutor General’s Office submitted charges against Iraqi nationals Raad A., 42, and Abbas R., presumably 19, to Berlin’s highest court,” the prosecutors said in a statement.

According to German investigators, both indicted individuals joined Daesh in 2014 after the terrorists captured the Iraqi city of Mosul in June of that year.

Raad A. held top positions in the group’s Mosul cell and was in charge of financial matters. Abbas R. was engaged in patrolling the city, bringing weapons to the Daesh strongholds and taking bodies of killed Shia women out of Mosul.

Both individuals participated in the execution of a high-ranked Iraqi official in October 2014.

Raad A. arrived in Germany in 2015, after which he attempted to recruit two men and convince one of his supporters to commit an act of terrorism. Raad A. and Abbas R. were captured in May 2017 in a separate case. They were arrested last September.
Source: Sputnik
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Daeshbags Sux
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On murder charges adding to other charges, they’re in for a long time jail…
And they should even be thankful Germany has no extradition treaty with Iraq or they’d be in for the noose…
Still, it’s a very interesting point that, if you do blood crimes even out of the EU, you’re likely to be sued… A warning for all those that may think they are immune as soon as they left the country they did crimes in.

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There are probably thousand in Europe and many will never be brought to justice. Germany would be wise to reopen its embassy in Syria and send the refugees back to Syria as Assad knows who is a Syrian and if they are Terrorists.

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Stern Daler

Germany does not need Your advice on Syrian refugees.

Tell Your politicians in Your own country what to do with Syrian refugees who were persecuted by war and an oppressive political system.

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Germany does not extradite to countries that have the death penalty – but I think that is wrong.

All German speaking countries are no save heaven for war criminals. Unless they come from Allied or Entente countries.