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Spain : Three Moroccan brothers accused of financing ISIS

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The Audiencia Nacional, Spain’s national court, will have to pronounce its verdict, Tuesday, against three Moroccan brothers accused of financing terrorist organization «Islamic State» through their brother based in Turkey, EFE reports.

The three brothers will face a prison sentence and a fine. They will also have to attend a rehabilitation and social reintegration program, provided by Spanish Interior Ministry and dedicated to those convicted in terrorism-related cases.

The three brothers resided in Catalonia in 2015 with a fourth brother, his wife and their two minor children. The latter went to Syria in April 2015 via Turkey.

Once integrated into the terrorist organization, he asked his brothers to help him transfer the money he had saved from selling his house and his benefits after leaving his job.

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