Case of ISIS Preacher’s Brother Abdullah Al-Binali to See Verdict on Nov. 4

2015-10-19 - 11:33 p

Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini second high criminal court, presided over by judge Mohammad bin Ali Al Khalifa with the membership of judges Dia' Huraidi and Issam-Eldeen Mohammad Khalil and Naji Abdullah as secretariat, set court hearing date on November 4, 2015, to issue verdict regarding case of Abdullah Al-Binali, ISIS preacher's brother (Turki Al-Binali), accused of using his friend's passport attempting to leave Bahrain, since he is wanted over charges of joining an unauthorized international organization (ISIS).

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 Abdullah 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.

During the investigations, the accused admitted that the incident took place and that he had preaching activities to attend. He further stated that he is banned from traveling because he is wanted over security issues. He also said that he wanted to travel to Turkey to request political asylum. The idea of using someone else's passport came to his mind, so he headed to his friend's home who wasn't aware that Al-Binali was a wanted suspect. Al-Binali told him that there was a paid Umrah package and asked for his passport so that he could register his name. Afterwards, Al-Binali bought two flight tickets to Oman and then to Turkey. The suspect's previous record showed that he is wanted over the charge of joining a terrorist organization.

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