ISIS recruiter convicted in Yekaterinburg

Magomed Gireyev had been sentenced to three years and three months.

Magomed Gireyev had been sentenced to three years and three months.

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Magomed Gireyev had been sentenced to 3 years and 3 months in custody

A visiting board of the Moscow District Court sentenced a recruiter of Islamic State (ISIS) in Yekaterinburg on Dec. 8

The press service of the Federal Security Service department in the Sverdlovsk region told Interfax that Magomed Gireyev had been sentenced to three years and three months in custody and a fine of 200,000 rubles.

It said Gireyev was convicted on charges of "abetting terrorist activity."

"He was trying to recruit a person for armed units fighting in Syrian territory over the phone," a press service representative said.

Gireyev was born in Ingushetia.

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