Sami Aidoudi is accused of being the former bodyguard of Osama bin Laden, which he denies. The key issue here, however, is this: if Germany found sufficient reason to deport him, but then Tunisia releases him, how long will it be before he is back in Germany or elsewhere in Europe? How long will it be for an active jihadi who is deported and released under similar circumstances to be back in action plotting jihad in Europe?
“Tunisia releases suspected Islamist deported by Germany, citing lack of evidence,” Reuters, July 27, 2018:
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TUNIS: Tunisian authorities have released a suspected militant who was deported there from Germany two weeks, as there was a lack of evidence against him, a judiciary official said on Friday.
“The suspicions relating to Sami Aidoudi have not been proven yet, but the investigation is ongoing,” said Sofian Sliti, spokesman of Tunisia’s anti-terrorist judiciary body.
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