Those in the United States may send British-born jihadists to Guantanamo Bay as a way of cracking down on captured extremists.
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The Telegraph have learnt that those involved with a Islamic State terror cell that executed hostages may be sent to the detention camp.
A US source told them that “these guys have American blood on their hands” and that “time is running out” to ensure they are prosecuted.
Disgracefully, more than 400 ISIS-supporting ‘returning jihadis’ have already been allowed back into Britain. Only around 10% have been prosecuted.
Many are said to be put on Home Office ‘rehabilitation’ schemes that include mentoring and Council houses. Sickeningly weak.
The government have even said that “a significant proportion of those individuals who have already returned are assessed as no longer being of national security concern”. Seriously?
Shamima Begum, a pregnant 19-year-old who told The Times that she doesn’t regret going to join the violent death cult, now wants to return to London.
Disturbingly, she openly said:“When I saw my first severed head in a bin it didn’t faze me at all. It was from a captured fighter seized on the battlefield, an enemy of Islam.”
Three-quarters of Brits are unsurprisingly against her ever been allowing back into the country. But why have hundreds of others been allowed to do just that?
A government spokesman even hinted themselves at the ability of returning jihadis to avoid even being put in jail: “Any British citizen who does return from taking part in the conflict must be in no doubt they will be questioned, investigated and potentially prosecuted.”
Allowing battle-hardened jihadis to return from Syria and walk the streets of Britain cannot be in the national interest.