Gangster and drug dealer Abderrozak Benarabe, or Big A as he’s known in Copenhagen, made a deal with God that if his brother was delivered from cancer he would redeem his criminal ways and go to fight jihad in Syria alongside his fellow foreign fighters and child soldiers under 16.
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Director Nagieb Khaja followed Big A from his gang in Denmark into brutally-intense battle on the jihadi frontline in Syria and back to Copenhagen to amass and smuggle supplies to the fighters across the Greek-Turkish border.
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