If he retained his Algerian citizenship then he needs to be deported after his prison time is up…
Danish man loses passport for fighting for Isis
A 22-year-old Danish-born man has been sentenced to five years in prison after travelling to Syria to fight for the Islamic State terror group. The man’s passport has also been seized by authorities.
The man, Anis Laraba, has Algerian heritage and was born and raised in Denmark.
He was an 18-year-old upper secondary school student when he travelled to Syria in 2013 and joined the armed group.
He travelled to the Middle Eastern country with a second Danish citizen, Enes Cifti, who has been convicted of similar offences.
Laraba was found to have participated in battle on the side of Isis, thereby breaching Danish terror laws.