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Brazilian Newspaper: Chechen and Kosovar Terrorists Are Fighting in Syria

Feb 26, 2013

SAO PAULO, (SANA) – Brazilian Folha De Sao Paulo newspaper revealed on Monday the presence of terrorists from Chechnya and Kosovo among the armed terrorist groups in Syria.

The newspaper stressed that one of its reporters in the Turkish borders held interviews with foreign gunmen from Chechnya and Kosovo who joined al-Qaeda-linked Jabhat al-Nusra in Syrian cities.

The newspaper reported Abu Dawood, terrorist from Kosovo who joined Jabhat al-Nusra, as saying that he left his university and family to "help Jihadists in Syria."


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