"Belgium appeals against a court ruling that the country must receive two belgian women who had been convicted of having been part of the member IS, and their six children."
"Women are in the age of 25 and have had children with men who belonged to the terrorrörelsen when they have found themselves in Syria. Today, they sit in a prison camp in a kurdstyrt area in the north of Syria and the belgian judges have ruled that it is Belgium's duty to fetch them home."
"But it does not want the belgian minister responsible for migration, Maggie de Block."
" the Children have not chosen to be born into the circumstances. . . Four of the six are belgian children, they have grandparents and children reported to be sick. We have a responsibility to see what we can do, " she says."
"– When it comes to mothers, it is a different story. They were sentenced here. They have contributed to the planning of terror attacks here. I think we should review the risks and not only willingly receive them."