The former Imam of Prague guard to the Czech Republic, awaiting a decision on detention


Samer Shehadeh spent a short time in Slovakia too.

8 November 2018 at 9:52 p.m. TASR

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Prague. Former Prague Imam Samer Shehadeh, who disappeared last year from the Czech Republic and was accused of supporting terrorists, escorted Czechoslovakia from Thursday to Jordan and placed pre-trial detention.

The possibility of establishing an investigation link to an Islamic preacher can be decided on Friday.

They notified local media on Thursday, the day after the Neovlivní.cz web server reported that the Czech police special unit searched defendants abroad.

A Palestinian man studies Islam in Saudi Arabia.

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The Prague Muslim Community, after returning, chose him to be the village head and at the same time he became the imam of the Prague mosque.

After the spores, he left the post four years ago, and after parting in his home community, he spent a short time in Slovakia, too, to return to the Czech metropolis, which disappeared last year before the charges were delivered.

Secret services and police have an imam in the observer earlier than fear of possible radicalization.

Last year, he was accused of supporting terrorism. Offenders were also sued by Omar's brother, who fought in Syria in the al-Qaeda terrorist network, as well as Omar's wife in Czech.


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