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Denmark denies citizenship from Danish-born IS terrorist
Published November 14, 2017 at 13.07
FOREIGN. The Supreme Court in Denmark has decided that a 25-year-old man who fights for the terrorist sect of the Islamic State of Syria will lose his Danish citizenship. This despite the fact that the man was born in Denmark, reports Denmark’s Radio.
A 25-year-old man born and raised in Denmark has been deprived of his Danish citizenship since joining the terrorist group IS.
The man struck in Syria and was sentenced first by the District Court to seven years in prison, partly because he joined the Islamic state and partly because he supported the terrorist group economically.
But the court of appeal changed the sentence and also denied his Danish citizenship. The decision was appealed to the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court, which now finds the judgment of the High Court.
The 25-year-old man then loses his citizenship in Denmark. The sentence follows international law, because the man had dual citizenship and is also a Turkish citizen.