A woman who criticized the United States on social media for the killing of a top Iranian general was arrested Tuesday in Kosovo.
Ikballe Berisha Huduti will remain in detention for 48 hours pending a court decision for incitement to commit a terrorist offense, Reuters reported.
Prosecutors said Huduti, the founder of a now-defunct pro-Islamic group, posted comments on Facebook that were critical of the Jan. 3 killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ elite Quds Force, in a drone strike in Iraq last week.
“By killing the master of the house you have killed all members of the family, then revenge is obligatory but it has no border,” Huduti reportedly wrote.
Kosovo Arrests Iran Supporter Over Comments After Soleimani’s Death
Police said that Ikballe Berisha Huduti, the founder of a now defunct pro-Islamic organization called Kur’ani, was arrested following an order from the prosecutionhttps://t.co/GyJZ6ZyWRt
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