the Question of how european countries should deal with citizens that have joined the ICE has recently been debated extensively. To date there is no common line for the nearly 6,000 western europeans which have acceded to the terrorist organisations IS between the years 2013 and 2018.
the Uk has withdrawn the citizenship of at least one person who joined to ICE and now want to come home to the Uk after the so-called ”caliphate” has fallen.
as the Uk in the issue. On Monday, a spokesperson for the German ministry of the interior that the government agreed on a plan to withdraw German ICE members, citizenship, reports Reuters.
One of the requirements for citizenship is that the person joined IS after the rules are introduced. Which in practice can mean that the 1,000 germans who joined the terrorsekten since 2013 will not be covered by the decision.
According to the agreement also requires that the person in question is an adult and has dual citizenship, for fear that the people will be stateless.
the Agreement between Angela Merkel's CDU and the coalition parties CSU and SPD will, after a split in the question.
150 ICE-combatant members of the group last syrian stronghold of al-Baghouz, reports the opposition group Syrian människorättsobservatoriet, SOHR. Of them, shall more be citizens of countries other than Syria.
In Sweden, the issue of citizenship for the IS-members divided the politicians. The green party, the Left party and the Centre party stands behind Stefan Löfvens line not to revoke citizenship. While the Liberals, the Moderates and The sweden democrats want to pull in the citizenship of the IS-terrorists who have dual citizenship.