Rami Adham was sentenced, among other things, for aggravated money laundering to one year and 10 months in absolute prison.

The Court of Appeal held that the use of the proceeds of a money laundering offense, for example, in a allotment garden cottage, fulfilled the characteristics of aggravated money laundering.

Earlier in the district, Adham was sentenced to ten months in absolute prison for, among other things, a fundraising offense and an accounting offense.

According to the district court, Adham illegally collected more than 300,000 euros for the Finland-Syria community.