Monday, September 4, 18-year-old citizen of the Russian Federation Smolla A., residing in Bremen and named by law enforcement as a «potential Islamist, was put on a plane at the airport of Frankfurt-am main and sent to Moscow.
This was reported to journalists by local Senator Ulrich Meurer, specializing in domestic policy, writes the German edition of DW.
The question of the legality of the expulsion of a Russian citizen who grew up in Germany, has previously addressed the Federal administrative court, Federal constitutional court and the European court of human rights (ECHR).
In early August, the execution of the entered into force of the decision to deport Sally A. in Russia was halted due to the intervention of the ECHR.
Senator Meurer emphasized that in the course of the hearings there were doubts in legality of the qualification of Sally A. as potentially dangerous Islamist, there is not one – despite the young age of the defendant.
The court in Karlsruhe in July, came to the conclusion that the defendant may commit a terrorist attack in Germany or to participate in terrorist activities. The judges also considered it proven that Smolla And is closely linked to the jihadist group «Islamic state» (IG) and shares its ideology.