A Syrian ‘refugee’ and suspected Islamic State executioner who allegedly oversaw the killing of 25 people – including 20 members of the same family after they refused to join IS – has been charged by Hungarian authorities with crimes against humanity.
27-year-old F. Hassan was first detained at Budapest airport last December by Hungarian police under suspicion of terrorist activities. Upon further investigation, Hassan was arrested by officers from the Hungarian Counterterrorism Center (TEK), who believed him to be a high-ranking Islamic State operative who carried out unspeakable acts in the Middle East.
Before the arrest, F. Hassan was in the process of being deported back to Greece – where amazingly enough, he holds refugee status – when authorities discovered possible links to the Homs massacre.
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