A French man of IS sentenced to life imprisonment

A Belgian court today sentenced the French terrorist Mehdi Nimoush to life imprisonment for the attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels that killed four people nearly five years ago, the Wall Street Journal reported.


Mehdi Nimoush 33-years old was sentenced to four counts of "terrorist assassination" in May 2014 at the Jewish Museum in the Belgian capital in an attack he received after returning from Syria. Nasser Bandar, 30 years old, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for being a "co-executor" of the attack for supplying him with arms and ammunition.

These provisions are not subject to appeal.

On Thursday, the criminal court in Brussels and considered him guilty of the terrorist attack.

The lawyers for the defense of Nimoush that the attack is not an attack by the leader who fought between their client between January 2013 and February 2014, and say that the attack is "the assassination targeted elements of the "Mossad" (the Israeli intelligence), and the work of elements of the Lebanese intelligence or Iran to involve their client in it without his knowledge.



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