Around 800 people have been arrested by the kurdish-arab SDF militia and the president of the united states Donald Trump is now warning that they could be released if their home countries will take them home and set them to justice.
”It is time for others to step up efforts and do the job for which they are so capable of doing,” he writes on Twitter.
is willing to take home the ICE-members if it goes through, consular staff, reports Reuters. France has said that they are preparing to take home the jihadists, while Belgium's justice minister Koen Geens has proposed a collective european solution.
The british government is more reluctant, and says it faces a dilemma, especially when it comes to children and wives to the british ICE-warriors. The uk home secretary Sajid Javid writes in The Sunday Times that he will not hesitate to prevent britons from returning if they have gone off to join ICE.
the 19-year-old british woman Shamima Begum received. She was one of three teenage girls who ran away to Syria four years ago to join ICE. Now she sits in a refugee camp and wants to return home with their newborn children. In an interview with The Times of The week, she says she was just a housewife to an ICE-warrior and that she lost two children.
– People should have sympathy for me for everything I've gone through, " she says to Sky News.
According to international law, the Uk is obliged to let the british, who have no other citizenship to return home. But Britain has no consular staff in Syria and can only imagine that receiving IS-members if they seek help at the consulate in Turkey, writes The Guardian.
says that the Norwegian ICE members and their children can come back to Norway, but that in such a case will be prosecuted.
" We can't send in the Norwegian diplomats and the download out any. But if it gets any other kind of solution so we must also take responsibility for our citizens, " she said to Verdens Gang at the weekend.
In Denmark excludes the three biggest parties returns altogether, reports the news agency Ritzau. No Danish ministers have spoken out on the issue, but the political prisoners were, Dansk Folkeparti and the government party Venstre constitute a clear majority in the Folketing.
we at all have this problem, is the Trumps wrong, because he is head over has chosen to withdraw american forces from Syria before it has created stability, " said Michael Aastrup Jensen, Venstres spokesperson in foreign affairs, to Ritzau.