Terror suspect busted spreading ISIS propaganda on Twitter
Maastricht terror suspect Mohammed G. has been spreading Islamic State propaganda on Twitter. This has been going on for a few days, 1Limburg reports.
He has been posting photos and videos of children participating in executions and photos of ISIS fighters throwing homosexuals off towers. G. praises and encourages these actions.
G. used the Twitter account Salahaddin al Kurdi/@irhabi_kurd to spread the propaganda, but the account was removed by Twitter on Tuesday. A short time later he reappeared with the account Salahaddin al Kurdi/@Radically_kurd, according to the site.
G. was arrested on April 29th on suspicion of participating and contributing to training for terrorist acts. He spent two weeks in the special security prison in Vught before being released due to insufficient evidence.
“The evidence that was given is that he has a beard of four weeks and is wearing a long black robe”, Serge Weening, G.'s lawyer said the day he was released. “There was also AIVD information that he wanted to go to Syria or Libya. That is all allowed, it is not evidence of terrorism.”