A German man jailed after joining and later fleeing the terror group ISIS in Syria said an organizer for the group was more focused on planning terror attacks in European cities than his joining the battle in Syria.
Harry Sarfo, from Bremen, Germany, told the New York Times in an interview at a maximum security German prison where he is being held that the ISIS organizer asked him for contacts back home and said the group particularly wanted attackers in Germany.
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