& # 39; This thing will not stop & # 39 ;: ISIS prisoner predicts terrorist attacks on Europe in retaliation for the death of al-Baghdad
- Captive Islamic State Hunter Muhammed Hasik spoke out in an interview
- Said the US operation to kill terrorist leader Baghdadi would have no effect
- Predicted attacks on Europe in retaliation for the death of the ISIS leader
A prisoner of the Islamic State has predicted that retaliatory actions will trigger terrorist attacks in Europe in response to the American operation in which group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died.
& # 39; I think something might happen in Europe now, because many people are upset about this thing, & # 39; told Muhammed Hasik, 25, ABC news when asked about the impact of the death of Baghdad.
Hasik, a resident of Bosnia who worked for ISIS as a police officer in the former strongholds of the group of strongholds of Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa, is currently imprisoned in northern Iraq.
He now hopes to return to Germany, where he fled at the age of six and now has two children of his own.
Captive Islamic State Hunter Muhammed Hasik, 25, predicted that retaliation attacks in Europe in response to the US operation killing the group leader
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died during a raid on his compound by US Delta Forces
In the hair-raising interview, Hasik said that the death of Baghdadi would have no effect on the remains of ISIS.
& # 39; When one dies, the other pops up, & # 39; he said. & # 39; This thing does not end. & # 39;
& # 39; Maybe it gets worse, & # 39; he said. & # 39; It's more dangerous than before & # 39;
Hasik showed no remorse when he was pressured by the atrocities committed by ISIS, including rape, murder, torture and terrorist attacks on innocent civilians.
& # 39; I have not written their destiny, & # 39; he said. & # 39; This is their destination. & # 39;
In the horrifying interview, Hasik (right) said that the death of Baghdadi would have no effect on the remains of ISIS
Hasik said he believed that Germany should allow him to return, and said he had done nothing wrong by joining ISIS in August 2014.
& # 39; I was just a policeman, & # 39; he said. & # 39; We just caught people using drugs and things like that. I was just busy. This war is dirty. And I'm tired of the war. I want to live a normal life with my family and children. & # 39;
He said he expected to be released soon.
& # 39; Yes, of course, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Because in my eyes I have not broken any law. & # 39;
Hasik surrendered to US troops in 2017. He is now in the highest security prison in northern Iraq, holding an estimated thousands of terror suspects.
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