Hungarian prosecutors announced on Tuesday that terrorism charges and crimes against humanity were linked to a Syrian who joined the Islamic State terrorist group in 2015.

Prosecutors pointed out that the convicted Syrian, known as "F Hassan", aged 27, was convicted of the execution of a number of people who refused to join his organization in 2015 in Homs, Syria, and announced that they would demand the death sentence for life.

The news agency "Reuters" Hungarian prosecutors, that Hassan was convicted of the execution of about 20 people, all relatives of a person from the city of Homs refused to join "IS".

The authorities in Hungary arrested "Hassan" in March.

Source: Reuters

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