A local Islamofascist was arrested for associating with ISIS
An East Jerusalem Palestinian was sentenced to two years in prison Thursday for planning to join the Islamic State group and seeking to fight for it in war-torn Syria.
The Jerusalem District Court sentenced Khalil Adel Khalil, 25, after he was convicted of attempting to join an unlawful organization, attempting to contact foreign agents, and traveling to illegal destinations — a charge that signifies travel to states currently at war with Israel.
Khalil confessed he had planned to travel to Syria in August 2014 with his friend Sami a-Aziz Abu Sneina, according to a statement from the court.
Khalil worked as a medical staffer at Eitanim Psychiatric Hospital in the Judean Hills. He said he and Abu Sneina decided to join IS after watching recruitment videos online. Before leaving Israel, he told his family and bosses he was taking a vacation to make a religious pilgrimage to the Muslim holy city of Mecca.
Instead, Khalil and Abu Sneina bought one-way tickets to Turkey.
They should never have been allowed back, and 2 years isn't enough. Especially if no psychological counseling is given to the monsters.
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