An ISIS fighter waving their flag from inside a captured government fighter jet following the battle for the Tabqa air base, in Raqqa, Syria August 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Raqqa Media Center of ISIS)
COPENHAGEN: Police in Denmark say they detained a man and two women, one of whom has Lebanese orgins, on suspicion of supporting the Islamic State group, in violation of the country's anti-terror laws.
Investigator Jens Moeller Jensen says 100,000 kroner ($18,000) were seized during Wednesday's raid.
Ali Daghim, of Palestinian descent, told the AP he sold some 20 car bumper stickers, each costing 50 kroner ($9), which he said had nothing to do with the IS group.
The 35-year-old Daghim denied supporting the extremists, saying the logo on the black-ribbon stickers - white Arabic text on a black background - is used by many Muslims, including the militant group.
They face preliminary charges - a step short of formal charges - for financially supporting a terrorist organization and face up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
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