Earlier Prague Imam Samer Shehadeh, who disappeared from the Czech Republic last year and was accused of terrorism, was found by special police forces abroad.
He informed Wednesday, referring to the very reliable security sources, the web server Neovlivní.cz.
According to the same source, a former Imam must travel back to the Czech Republic in the coming days.
A man of Palestinian origin studied Islam in Saudi Arabia.
Prague's Muslim society, after returning, chose him to the city's head, and at the same time he became imam in Prague's mosque. After disputes, however, he left the post four years ago and after a breakdown in the home community, he also spent a short time in Slovakia to return to the Czech metropolis, which disappeared last year before the tax was handed over.
The secret service and the police had an imam in the viewer earlier than fear of their possible radicalization. Last year, he was accused of supporting terrorism. The prosecutors are also charged with brother Omar, who fought in Syria in al-Qaeda's Allied terrorist network, as well as Omar's Czech wife.
Details about the discovery are not yet known, but it is not excluded that fatal electronic communication may have occurred.