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A British man who spent more than a decade working in Syria has now returned home and is facing deportation back to his country of origin, reports The Guardian.

Michael John Smeeton spent more than a decade working in Syria, where he was accused of “provoking bloodshed” and working to bolster rebel groups opposed to Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Smeeton’s departure from Syria in 2002 sparked international controversy and he has since been accused of aiding and funding the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terror group as well as providing support to al Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra, which is also known as al Nusra Front.

Smeeton returned to Britain last year after two years working as a “humanitarian worker” in the region, where he was accused of stirring up trouble and aiding extremists.

After being warned by British officials a return to his home country could prompt a long and unpleasant judicial process for him and his family, the 37-year-old returned to live in Scotland.

However, he was quickly banned from leaving the UK despite having a valid UK passport. While it is not clear exactly what he was doing in the UK during that time, Smeeton has reportedly continued his work in Syria as a “humanitarian worker” and has also worked as a freelance photographer in the country.

The Times reported that he is currently living in the city of Edinburgh, but is under pressure to return to Syria to stand trial.

Smeeton was born in Cambridge, England, in 1977, the newspaper reported, but moved to Syria in 2002. He claims he left Syria to protest at the torture and executions of prisoners, but when his work in the Syrian civil war began to become controversial he left the country and returned to Scotland.

The BBC reported in 2015 that Britain was the single most popular destination for Britons who travelled to Syria to fight in the country. Smeeton is also known as “Yousef S.” He told The Independent the claim was “ridiculous” and “ridiculous nonsense,” adding that he wanted to return to the UK as quickly as

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