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German Court Sentences Businessman to Two Years Prison for Trying to Con ISIS

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A German court just determined a Syrian refugee was guilty of trying to defraud ISIS — a surprising ruling that seems to indicate the terror group is worthy of the government’s legal protections.

The businessman, a hairdresser, was actually sentenced to two years in prison for fraud.

The European Union has ruled ISIS a terror group.

ISIS
ISIS won legal protections in Germany, where a court just ruled in the terror group’s favor on a case of business fraud.

But apparently, in Germany, its members can find redress in the courts if they think they’ve been unfairly treated by businesses.

Reuters has the story (h/t The Religion of Peace):

A German court has found a Syrian refugee guilty of attempting to defraud Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a court spokeswoman said on Monday (Aug 14), granting legal protection to a group viewed as terrorists by the European Union.

A judge in the district court in the south-western city of Saarbruecken sentenced the 39-year old hairdresser from Damascus to two years in prison for trying to get ISIS operatives to transfer him up to 180,000 euros (S$289,044).

The judge ruled that the man used the false pretence that he would carry out attacks in Germany for ISIS using explosives. The money was never transferred to the man.

The court rejected the prosecution’s argument that the man was guilty of the more serious crime of planning to carry out attacks on behalf of the militant organisation.

Both parties have appealed the ruling to the Federal Supreme Court, the court spokeswoman said. The Syrian refugee was named only as Hasan A. due to German privacy laws.

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