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Female ISIS terrorists soon welcomed back in Sweden

According to information, the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs [Utrikesdepartementet, UD] is hoping that all female ISIS terrorists with some sort of connection to Sweden who are still in camps in Syria, as well as their children, will be brought back to Sweden by this summer.

Published: June 25, 2021, 11:37 am

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    The UD told the newspaper Expressen that they were sending a delegation to the special prison camps for ISIS terrorists in north eastern Syria, and that they were meeting with the women and children with Swedish citizenship who were being held prisoner there.

    “The families are extremely happy about this,” one of the ISIS adherents who had travelled to fight for the Islamist caliphate told the newspaper.

    According to information, the UD held talks with the Kurdish authorities who rule over the area but have also taken DNA samples from the women and their children to confirm their identity. In addition to UD, a representative of the Center Against Violent Extremism and a pediatrician participated.

    “The main purpose of the consular visit was to move farther in the process of establishing the identity of the foreign-born Swedish children and get a better picture of the children’s health,” they declared in a statement.

    There are some 12 ISIS-women and 22 children who are said to have a “connection to Sweden”. Whether some of these actually have Sweden as their country of origin or come from non-European countries and received Swedish citizenship is not clear from the context.

    One of the female terrorists that Expressen spoke with confirmed that UD said that the families can be “back in Sweden” as early as the summer. Several of the children have never been to Sweden.

    Already, several families have managed to “escape from the camps” and make it to Sweden. To date nobody has been convicted for their involvement in terrorist activity or the Islamic State’s systematic murder of dissidents and religious minorities.

    The Red Cross and Human Rights Watch claim that the environment in the prison camps is “harmful for children” and have, therefore, long demanded that Sweden and other countries accept the return of ISIS fighters.

    The Yazidi, a small religious minority from the Sinjar region in north western Iraq, was conquered by Islamic State some years ago, their community enslaved, gagged, subjugated and humiliated. Fathers, brothers and sons were beheaded in cold blood before the eyes of their children. Their bodies rotted away in 73 mass graves in the area. Daughters, sisters, and mothers, were either raped, enslaved, or both.

    According to Lale Gül, a Yazidi witness, ISIS women are worse than their men as many have already testified to this to Dutch journalists. The same women are heading for Europe, and now that they have lost the war, they are demanding that the Europeans secure a future for their children.

    In the media it has been reported that it is quite difficult to prove which punishable acts these ISIS females have committed because nothing has been documented, all the evidential material has been destroyed, and they probably face only light punishment, if at all. In Sweden, as in the Netherlands, these returnees automatically are given a lawyer who fights in their interest and invokes their “human rights”.

    Thus they will be able to resume their lives in Northwestern Europe, at the expense of taxpayers, even though few have shown remorse.

    The Netherlands brought back Ilham B as well as her children. She openly says that the journey to the caliphate has “shaped her in a positive way”. In 2017, she gave an interview to the Flemish broadcaster VRT under the fictitious name Aisha. During the interview she said she did not regret her decision to join ISIS, “I learned a lot. In the Netherlands, you don’t see much of the outside world.”

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