ISIS terrorist suspect detained in Poland by border police

Poland’s border police acting on information from Poland’s Internal Security Agency (ABW) have detained a Lebanese citizen who was planning to organize a pan-European network of cells to carry out terrorist attacks.

According to the press spokesman of the minister responsible for security coordination, Stanisław Żaryn, the individual concerned was closely connected through family ties with ISIS operatives in Syria and Iraq. He had been in contact with ISIS members in EU states and engaged in their financing.

The man has been placed in a guarded center for detained aliens in Białystok where he will await a decision by the courts to deport him.

Stanislaw Żaryn, ABW spokesman said: ” The suspect had been in contact with ISIS members in EU states and engaged in their financing.”
He will also be placed on the PNG list so that he cannot reenter Poland.

He is unlikely to face trial, as some of the gathered intelligence material related to his case cannot be subject to court scrutiny.

In December 2019, the ABW detained a Ukrainian convert to Islam who shared information about his plans to attack a shopping mall. He had been radicalized by individuals from Chechnya and Tajikistan. 

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