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One of Europe's smallest countries, Kosovo has produced more than its fair share of battle-hardened militants whom it is now trying to rehabilitate after their return home from Syria and Iraq.According to official estimates, some 300 Kosovans fought with Al-Qaeda's Syrian ex-affiliate Nusra Front or Daesh (ISIS) since 2012 .A 2015 law stipulates an up to 15-year jail term for returning militants and all others who fight in foreign conflicts.The Islamic Community of Kosovo (BIK) plans to have 20 imams under its supervision visit the militants.Kosovo media has reported on the case of former militant Fitim Lladrovci, 28, who resumed his propaganda activities on social networks as soon as he was released from Gerdoc.The leader of the group, Visar Ibishi, was defiant, refusing to leave his cell at Gerdoc prison and go to the court, where he was sentenced to jail for 10 years.
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