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FINN OF SWEDISH AND SUDANESE ETHNICITY KILLED FIGHTING FOR AL-QAIDA LINKED JBHAT AL-NUSRA IN SYRIA…….

 

All multicultured up and filled with jihad.

Of course, Finland’s Chief Inspector, Tuomas Portaankorva, from state intelligence (SUPO) tries his best not to link the dead jihadi to either Islam or the jihad:

supo Chief Inspector Tuomas Portaankorva“People go there for different reasons. For some, it’s humanitarian work, for others it’s an adventure. Some go to join armed combat without much thought to the side they’re on,” he told Helsingin Sanomat on Monday.

NOTE: Yep, nothing to do with being juiced up on the koran and jihad, nothing to see here folks, just divert your gaze elsewhere and move along. This is what his coreligionists wrote upon hearing the news of his death:

“… If this way to tell you that a dear brother Kamal Badri has died in Syria by shrapnel from a tank in the war for justice and the right to live and work in their faith. 
May God give him the best in Paradise and may Allah accept him as a Martyr, Ameen. Kamal Badri has roots from Finland (mother Somaya Lappi) and roots from Sudan (father Badri) 
Badri is a famous family that worked for the country of Sudan and made sure that there were schools and hospitals, among others, also scholars of Islam known outside the country. 
Mom and dad have raised their children to strong believer Muslims, Alhamdulillahi May God give all strong faith and assist us in our endeavors and to make much Dua and prayers, Ameen. With prayers and dua from your sister in Islam Ms Yasmin Peace. “

KamalBadri swede-finn tard

HS: Man with Finnish roots killed in Syrian fighting

YLE: A Swedish citizen of Finnish heritage has allegedly died in fighting in Syria, reports the daily Helsingin Sanomat.

The paper cites a Svenska Dagbladet journalist’s blog, which says that the young man died in attacks against the regime in January.

The man, born in 1990 to a Finnish mother and Sudanese father, was fighting alongside Islamist militant rebels known as al-Nusra.

Chief Inspector Tuomas Portaankorva of Finland’s Security Intelligence Service (Supo) said he was aware of the case but refused to comment on it. According to Portaankorva, dozens of people with links to Finland have become involved in Syria’s civil war.

“People go there for different reasons. For some, it’s humanitarian work, for others it’s an adventure. Some go to join armed combat without much thought to the side they’re on,” he told Helsingin Sanomat on Monday.

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