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Raif Bushi’s two sons, Emri and Adil, went to fight “jihad” in Syria in 2013 and returned later that year disillusioned from the reality on the ground. “Where did my sons go? Who sent my sons there? Who trained them? Who sent them to the airport? Who waited for them in Turkey, in Syria? Who trained them? We should know that this he can’t do by himself, because my sons didn’t know Kosovo well where to go, let alone Syria,” Bushi said. Although they returned in 2013, before a law was passed sentencing anyone who participates a foreign war for up to 15 years of prison, they were imprisoned under prior anti-terror laws. Both his sons are still currently in jail. Image by AJ Naddaff. Kosovo, 2018.

Raif Bushi’s two sons, Emri and Adil, went to fight “jihad” in Syria in 2013 and returned later that year disillusioned from the reality on the ground. “Where did my sons go? Who sent my sons there? Who trained them? Who sent them to the airport? Who waited for them in Turkey, in Syria? Who trained them? We should know that this he can’t do by himself, because my sons didn’t know Kosovo well where to go, let alone Syria,” Bushi said. Although they returned in 2013, before a law was passed sentencing anyone who participates a foreign war for up to 15 years of prison, they were imprisoned under prior anti-terror laws. Both his sons are still currently in jail. Image by AJ Naddaff. Kosovo, 2018.