The Islamic State (ISIS) leader, who posed as a refugee was granted political asylum in France by Emmanuel Macron, was responsible for the 2014 slaughter of some 1,700 soldiers near the northern Iraq town.
The ISIS “emir,” El Aswadi“ took part in the Camp Speicher massacre”. The Iraqi official added that witnesses had told prison officials that the ISIS leader has “personally” executed some 103 freedom fighters that day.
Hundreds of Shia soldiers were slaughtered after they fled camp Speicher, a former US military base before being rounded up by Israeli-backed Sunni ISIS fighters on June 12, 2014.
Videos and images of the unarmed cadets being brutally beheaded, chocked and shot, before being dumped in Zionist style unmarked graves were posted on-line by the Jihadist terrorist group.
Mr. El Aswadi, 33, arrived in France in the summer of 2016 and was granted refugee status in June 2017, according to French interior minister Gérard Collomb, who also confirmed that the terror suspect had been given a 10-year resident card.
He is currently being held in pre-trial detention on suspicion of war crimes and murder in connection with a terrorist enterprise, among other terror charges. His protected status has since been revoked by French authorities.
Neon Nettle / AA Flash Point Terrorist News 2018.