Should she be allowed to return

  Al94 22:29 13 Feb 2019
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IS schoolgirl

Under no circumstances in my opinion.

  Aitchbee 12:03 21 Feb 2019

There's a play on BBC Radio4 today about such matters.

click here

  lotvic 16:46 21 Feb 2019

What about her husband? (I believe he's Dutch and went to fight for IS) Does he get a say in the future of his son? and will he want to come to the UK?

  Forum Editor 17:06 21 Feb 2019

"What about her husband?"

He is - as you say - Dutch. At the moment he's still in Syria,but I imagine at some point he'll turn up in Holland. When he does, he'll be arrested and tried and will almost certainly go to prison.

His wife will probably try to claim that her son has a right to Dutch citizenship, and I imagine she'll also try to live in Holland herself.

  Belatucadrus 17:32 21 Feb 2019

Utterly ghastly self obsessed and with a total failure to appreciate the feelings of others that's borders on and may actually be sociopathic. She rejected all tenets of civilised society and is still clearly happy to tell all how she has no problems with the dismembered corpses of Isils innocent victims and can't see a problem with the Manchester arena bomb. Yet now things have gone bottoms up expects forgiveness, sympathy and presumably a council house and welfare cheques. A complete waste of air and space and that's about as positive a slant on it as I can manage.

The question is are the powers that be of our nation daft enough to welcome her back. I for one hope not.

  john bunyan 17:43 21 Feb 2019

Jeremy think we should collect her. No doubt to do as you suggest.

corbyn And isis bride

  Belatucadrus 17:51 21 Feb 2019

Utterly ghastly self obsessed and with a total failure to appreciate the feelings of others that borders on and may actually be sociopathic

All of which applies to Jezza, no wonder he's found a kindred spirit.

  Forum Editor 18:03 21 Feb 2019

I wonder there is anything that would convince Jeremy Corbyn to modify his bring her home and ask her 'a lot of questions' attitude?

The question I would ask of her is what she thinks entitles her to return here and live a quiet life (her words) funded largely by the British people - some of whom she thinks were justifiably killed in the Manchester incident.

Everything that this woman says underlines the fact that she has been radicalised. She has steadfastly refused to condemn ISIS acts of terror because she doesn't want to - she has been taught not do do so. I have no idea whether or not someone like her can be de-radicalised but I imagine it can happen over a long period.

Whether or not we want to devote the time and resources to doing it is debatable.

  john bunyan 18:16 21 Feb 2019

Jeremy Corbyn always thinks talking to terrorists will somehow change them. Had tea with IRA at HOC days after the Brighton bombing; calls Hamas etc “our friends” . He seems to have no judgment of people- though Chavez in Venezuela was an exemplary “Socialist “. Gawd help us when he is PM, supported and tutored by McDonnell and Momentum.

  Belatucadrus 18:16 21 Feb 2019

I wonder there is anything that would convince Jeremy Corbyn to modify his bring her home and ask her 'a lot of questions' attitude?

Doubt it, he still thinks the appropriate response to Osama bin Laden was to invite him round for a nice chat over tea and bickies.

  Quickbeam 19:05 21 Feb 2019

She's now willing to change, so we need no longer fear her...

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