Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

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Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby paolo » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:02 am

these folks have left their 'home' countries and gone to fight with isis.....they have subsequently changed their mind.....should they be allowed to return to the promised land?
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Postby paolo » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:03 am

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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby delboy1983 » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:06 am

She must never set foot in the UK nor her offspring.
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby The Ghost of Alex Higgins » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:08 am

I'm sure it's all just a big misunderstanding
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby Hillman avenger » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:10 am

No time for her. But her other two babies died, unsurprisingly in those conditions.
So would try to help the baby.
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby beingsoblase » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:54 am

Hillman avenger wrote:No time for her. But her other two babies died, unsurprisingly in those conditions.
So would try to help the baby.


I think that's the real tragedy here, two babies dead because of her shit life choices and if she stays it doesn't look good for the sprog she's about to pop.

It's almost like this is a cynical attempt to get back to the UK, using the next child as emotional leverage.
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby kancutlawns » Thu Feb 14, 2019 12:16 pm

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Hillman avenger wrote:No time for her. But her other two babies died, unsurprisingly in those conditions.
So would try to help the baby.


I think that's the real tragedy here, two babies dead because of her shit life choices and if she stays it doesn't look good for the sprog she's about to pop.

It's almost like this is a cynical attempt to get back to the UK, using the next child as emotional leverage.

Yup, listening to the interview with the Time reporter earlier, she didn't seem to show any contrition for what she did or continues to do so I can't think anyone has any sympathy for her situation at all. Not sure if she was showing bravado but casually saying she saw a load of heads in a bin and didn't have a problem with joining jihadists is really beyond the pale.

I actually think that the authorities don't want her back as it will create a minefield for her since they will have to protect her and her family, have the state look after her child, she'll become a magnet for the fight right and radical Muslims and they may have to prosecute her which they must already have more than enough grounds to do so.

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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby Ralph » Thu Feb 14, 2019 12:47 pm

“I’m not the same silly little 15-year-old schoolgirl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago,” she told me. “And I don’t regret coming here.”

It’s impossible to justify risking other people’s lives to try and rescue her when she won’t even do the bare minimum and say what she did was a mistake. Part of not being a silly schoolgirl anymore is taking responsibility for your decisions.

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Postby subsub » Thu Feb 14, 2019 12:52 pm

paolo wrote:these folks have left their 'home' countries and gone to fight with isis.....they have subsequently changed their mind.....should they be allowed to return to the promised land?

Definitely not.
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby Zambo » Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:28 pm

She'll be back. The bleeding hearts will see to that, and she'll have her kid on the NHS. The Labour Party will send Diane Abbott to the airport to meet her.

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Yet she is still coming out with this shit

"I don't regret coming here."

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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby warmleatherette » Thu Feb 14, 2019 2:09 pm

No, she “fled” Bethnal green?
It’s not that bad really...

Come to think of it I’m guessing at 9 months preggers she can’t fly on passenger air flights anyway so it’ll have to be some private government flight, maybe we could do some sort of exchange whilst we’re at it, Corbyn maybe?
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby Vespa » Thu Feb 14, 2019 3:55 pm

Depends. If they were kids taken there by parents - sure.

If they were vulnerable conned into by close relatives or friends - maybe.

If you decided your job in Tesco was shit and you felt the need for sex salve and machine gun - get fucked.

I'll be honest (and unpopular) I'm torn in the case of a 15-year-old girl who went there for whatever reason and now wants to come back.

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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby paolo » Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:01 pm

Vespa wrote:Depends. If they were kids taken there by parents - sure.

If they were vulnerable conned into by close relatives or friends - maybe.

If you decided your job in Tesco was shit and you felt the need for sex salve and machine gun - get fucked.

I'll be honest (and unpopular) I'm torn in the case of a 15-year-old girl who went there for whatever reason and now wants to come back.


I'm with you, I have every sympathy for her...at 15, she didn't have the info that isis were an evil islamic group that did barbaric things to folks, she was simply going to help

her kids are dead, but she has an unborn inside her, conceived in syria, so that kid should have every right to come here and make it's life here, with all of the benefits that come from living in the uk

we must ignore the fact that she has no regrets, she's only young.....we could spend money on rehabilitating her and we could even create employment by using resources to keep an eye on her for the rest of her days

forgive the naive young victim
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby paolo » Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:06 pm

somewhat difficult to believe, but the guardian support the return of the young terrorist
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Re: Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return 'home'?

Postby Desolation » Thu Feb 14, 2019 5:06 pm

It'd probably be easier just to stuff her in a fucking dinghy with a 2hp Yamaha short-shaft on the back and point it at fucking blighty. She'd deffo get in then with all the trappings.
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