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Kurdistan irakien : le beau-fils d'un leader islamiste kurde a été arrêté pour liens avec le terrorisme

Son-in-Law of Kurdish Islamic Leader Arrested on Terror Charges
Kurdistan Anti-Terror Force arrest Muhammad Kayfi Faris in Erbil


Basnews  |  Hoshmand Sadiq
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29.06.2015  16:17

ERBIL – TheKurdistan Region Anti-Terror Force on Monday arrested the son-in-law of the Kurdistan Islamic Movement leader Ali Bapir on terror charges.

Tariq Nuri, head of Erbil Security Forces, exclusively told BasNews that Bapir’s son-in-law, Muhammad Kayfi Faris, was arrested by the KRG Anti-Terror Force, on charges of having links with terrorist groups.

“The Anti-Terror Force has a court-approved arrest warrant and we strongly reject all accusations that the person in question has been kidnapped; in fact he’s been arrested on terror charges and he’s currently under investigation by the anti-terror forces,” revealed Nuri.

Last week, two journalists from the Kurdistan Islamic Movement (KIM) were arrested in Erbil, but Nuri ruled out a connection between Faris’s arrest and the case of the two journalists.

Nuri said that the journalists were arrested on different charges.

No further details about Faris’s arrest were given.

The Kurdistan Islamic Movement is a leading Islamic political party in the KRG with six seats in the Kurdistan Region Parliament.
Source : http://www.basnews.com/en/news/2015/06/29/son-in-law-of-kurdish-islamic-leader-arrested-on-terror-charges/

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