Muhammad al-Jazuli, coordinator of the Salafist organization "Unit Ummah", who was accused of supporting the Islamic State terrorists, has been released from the Sudanese prison.
The release became possible after the thaw of relations between Khartoum and Riyadh and at the corresponding request of the Saudi authorities.
Muhammad al-Jazuli was arrested in October 2014 as recruiting the Sudanese youth to join the terror Islamic State organization. He spent 240 days in jail. Just after the release, he claimed in an interview to local media about his support of the IS.
The extremist group itself though, has still been leaving a trail of blood in the Middle East and the West of Africa.
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