Granting legal protection to ISIS?

Hey, great ruling, Germany!

Via Jerusalem Post.

A German court has found a Syrian refugee guilty of attempting to defraud Islamic State, a court spokeswoman said on Monday, granting legal protection to a group viewed as terrorists by the European Union.

A judge in the district court in the southwestern city of Saarbruecken sentenced the 39-year old hairdresser from Damascus to two years in prison for trying to get Islamic State operatives to transfer him up to 180,000 euros ($212,400.00).

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

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  1. Pat_S says:

    Huh? Did Islamic State sue because he did not blow up anything? Is that grounds for legal proceedings in Germany?

  2. Alain41 says:

    So if the German FBI had run a sting operation on ISIS and got them to transfer money, the G-FBI would arrest ISIS, but if a private citizen/resident does the same thing, the person is guilty of fraud. Natural extension of what we increasingly have here since Obama. If the government does something, it’s legal. If a citizen does it, they’re guilty. That’s the only morality. No Golden Rule, no Judeo-Christian ethos. Government is right. You’re wrong.

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