A suspected executioner for the Isis terror organisation was in court today after being arrested in Turkey.
Muhammad Ramadan was said to have been found hiding in a home in Izmir following an operation by the anti-terror, intelligence and special operations officers.
Reports suggest he had been planning to travel abroad.
He is suspected of carrying out bloody executions of behalf of Isis.
It is understood that Ramadan had been held custody for questioning ahead of his appearance in court.
The terror-organisations profile has been lower following a consorted attack against it including the killing of its leader in Fallujah, Iraq.
Maher al-Bilawi and 70 fighters were killed in a series of air strikes on the city and elsewhere in 2016.
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