Η Ελβετία παίρνει μέτρα κατά της ISIS/ISIL απαγορεύοντας τηΝ συλλογή χρημάτων, των προσηλυτισμό νέων μελών και την μετάδοση προπαγάνδας υπέρ του Ισλαμικού Κράτους.
Δεν αφορά Στους μουσουλμάνους γενικότερα που έσπευσαν να μεταδώσουν οι κυνηγοί των κλικ.
Το πολύ ύποπτο είναι ότι μέχρι τώρα ήταν …ΝΟΜΙΜΟ στην Ελβετία να συλλέγονται χρήματα για την ISIS που πολεμούσε τον «κακό» Άσαντ και η Δύση μετέδιδε με …χαρά το πόσοι Ευρωπαίοι μουσουλμάνοι έτρεχαν να πολεμήσουν στα τάγματα των αποκεφαλιστών.
Δεν μαζεύτηκαν τυχαία 100.000 μισθοφόροι που παρίσταναν τους …«εξεγερμένους Σύριους».
Switzerland Bans Islamic State
New Measures to Prevent Citizens Joining the Extremist Group in Syria
ZURICH—Switzerland is banning Islamic State and related organizations in the country, a move that comes as the Alpine nation steps up measures to prevent Swiss citizens from traveling to the Middle East to fight for the extremist group.
On Wednesday, the Federal Council, Switzerland’s seven-member cabinet, said a ban on membership of Islamic State, which is also known by the acronyms ISIS and ISIL, will go into effect on Thursday. The ban will last for an initial six months.
The ban prohibits all activities of the group in Switzerland, including propaganda, fundraising and recruitment. Offenses can be punished with sentences of up to three years in prison or a fine, unless more severe penalties are needed.
In a statement, the cabinet said a recent escalation in Islamic State activities, which have included executions of civilians, had prompted the action. It said the group “commits massive human rights violations.”
The cabinet’s move comes as Switzerland seeks to prevent its citizens from fighting for the jihadist group, which has overrun large chunks of northern Iraq and Syria. In addition to executing local people, the group has claimed responsibility for the beheadings of U.S. and U.K. hostages in Syria, as well as a French citizen in Algeria.
Last month, the United Nations adopted a resolution saying member states should prevent people from traveling to other countries to act as terrorists.
According to Switzerland’s Federal Intelligence Service, roughly 25 Swiss citizens have gone to Syria and Iraq so far this year, with 10 confirmed to be fighting for groups, including Islamic State. Recruiting from within the Muslim populations of western countries has been among Islamic State’s tactics, fueling concern that returnees could plot attacks in the West.
Other Swiss nationals have traveled over the past decade to fight in Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan, the agency said.
Swiss citizens who travel to Syria or Iraq to fight for Islamic State could be prosecuted under the new measures when they return to Switzerland, a spokeswoman for the defense department said.
Switzerland has previously only banned two organizations, the Nazi Party in the 1930s and al Qaeda after the World Trade Center attacks in 2001. The ban on al Qaeda is due to expire at the end of 2014.
The defense department is drafting further measures that would extend the ban on Islamic State for an additional three years, according to a spokeswoman. The defense department proposals, which would also cover al Qaeda, will be presented to the government in the next few months.
Swiss newspapers have reported that three Iraqis suspected of having links to Islamic State were arrested in March after the intelligence agency received information from other intelligence services. The men, reportedly aged between 28 and 33, are being investigated on suspicion of possession of explosives and poisonous gases with criminal intent and membership or support of a criminal organization, according to the reports.
The federal prosecutor’s office and the intelligence agency declined to comment on the reports.
Εδώ η Telegraph έναν χρόνο πριν διαφήμιζε, με ευτυχισμένες φωτογραφίες, την εξαγωγή ΜΗ ΣΥΡΙΩΝ μισθοφόρων εναντίον του Άσαντ.
Στο άρθρο …ούτε μια αρνητική λέξη, ούτε μία αναφορά σε …τρομοκράτες.
Τότε όλοι αυτοί ήταν …φίλοι των …«καλών»”Δυτικών και μάχονταν …«ανιδιοτελώς» για την ανατροπή του …«κακού» Άσαντ.