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Trial of Abdulla Al-Binali (Brother of ISIS Preacher Turki Al-Binali) Begins

2015-06-13 - 8:05 p

Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's First High Criminal Court began the trial of Abdulla Al-Binali (Turki Al-Binali's brother, preacher of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS)), who is accused of using his friend's passport in an attempt to leave the country, since he is wanted for joining an unlicensed international organization (ISIS).

The court decided to adjourn the case until September 13, 2015 for deliberation and pleading, while he remains in custody.

The Public Prosecution accused him of using someone else's official documents, which is a passport, on April 20, 2015 and submitted it to an employee in the Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs to finish his travel papers to the Sultanate of Oman.

The General Directorate of Criminal Investigation received a report saying that the 26-year-old Abdulla Al-Binali was apprehended at the Bahrain International Airport while trying to flee Bahrain. He changed his appearance, so that the policemen wouldn't be able to recognize and arrest him. He handed over someone else's passport to an employee, and as the information was being checked, it was revealed that he was not using his own passport. Thus, he was arrested and referred to the Public Prosecution.

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