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Controversial Prague Eximas Controversial Slovak by Terrorism: Arrogant, I didn't want to learn



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Kobulnicky blames the prosecution for preparing a terrorist attack in Prague that is facing up to 15 years in prison. At the end of 2017, criminals found explosive chemicals and video tutorials in his flat. He had chemicals and timers at home. Highly flammable and explosive substances were then stored in a panel house. The young man, according to his evidence, was more of a radical view of the videos of the alleged Islamic State. Later, however, he reviewed them because he became more familiar with the Islamic faith.


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Slovakians, twenty-five, denied the indictment, as did the suspicion of the police and secret services that Shehadeh made radicalized. The former Praam imam in court said he had been accused of helping his brother and his wife to reach Syria only. Before he left the Czech Republic in 2017, he was a religious authority for some Muslims, he said. Kobulnický wanted to learn from him, but Shehadeh refused. "I avoided how I could," he said.


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"I was convinced that she (Kobulnický) was located from BIS," the old imam added. He said he had earlier experience with such a security service. Its members behave in mosques in the same way as a young man – they don't reveal anything about themselves and instead listen to what others are saying. Slovak seemed to be arrogant to him and, after meeting in the mosque, he had spoken to him only once on the phone and helped him move.

Samer Shehadeh

Samer Shehadeh

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Shehadeh left the Czech Republic in 2017, last year he was caught in Jordan and transported back to the Czech Republic. He was accused of supporting terrorism after his brother and sister-in-law traveled to Syria, where they were involved in the al-Qaeda terrorist sister organization. The Imam helped them. The prison service's armed and hidden escorts brought him to a Wednesday hearing.


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