Should people who joined ISIS be allowed to return to their native countries?

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Seems to be a recurring theme in the news...

Alabama-born ISIS wife who reportedly told Americans to kill themselves now begging to come home

Young woman (14 - 16) leaves their country and joins ISIS.
Has babies by jihadists, then ISIS loses and they are trapped in desperate situations with jihadist babies.

Should they be allowed to return to their home countries? Should their decisions be held against them?

One problem I have with allowing their return is that it sets a precedent. We can't be absolutely certain they don't still want "Death to America". And if we allow ONE to return, the precedent is set....hundreds, maybe thousands will then be able to jump on that same "precedent" train and ride back into their country with the potential of terrorist attacks in the future.
 

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Only to stand trial for treason
 

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Not sure if this has been posted.

Seems to be a recurring theme in the news...

Alabama-born ISIS wife who reportedly told Americans to kill themselves now begging to come home

Young woman (14 - 16) leaves their country and joins ISIS.
Has babies by jihadists, then ISIS loses and they are trapped in desperate situations with jihadist babies.

Should they be allowed to return to their home countries? Should their decisions be held against them?

One problem I have with allowing their return is that it sets a precedent. We can't be absolutely certain they don't still want "Death to America". And if we allow ONE to return, the precedent is set....hundreds, maybe thousands will then be able to jump on that same "precedent" train and ride back into their country with the potential of terrorist attacks in the future.
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Not sure if this has been posted.

Seems to be a recurring theme in the news...

Alabama-born ISIS wife who reportedly told Americans to kill themselves now begging to come home

Young woman (14 - 16) leaves their country and joins ISIS.
Has babies by jihadists, then ISIS loses and they are trapped in desperate situations with jihadist babies.

Should they be allowed to return to their home countries? Should their decisions be held against them?

One problem I have with allowing their return is that it sets a precedent. We can't be absolutely certain they don't still want "Death to America". And if we allow ONE to return, the precedent is set....hundreds, maybe thousands will then be able to jump on that same "precedent" train and ride back into their country with the potential of terrorist attacks in the future.
Yes, they should be allowed to return to their country, and buried 6 feet under...

 

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If my choices were a Syrian refugee camp or Alabama I'd just hang myself.
 

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Best watch what Trudeau is doing just to your north. He is embracing ISIS jihadis.
 

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Not sure if this has been posted.

Seems to be a recurring theme in the news...

Alabama-born ISIS wife who reportedly told Americans to kill themselves now begging to come home

Young woman (14 - 16) leaves their country and joins ISIS.
Has babies by jihadists, then ISIS loses and they are trapped in desperate situations with jihadist babies.

Should they be allowed to return to their home countries? Should their decisions be held against them?

One problem I have with allowing their return is that it sets a precedent. We can't be absolutely certain they don't still want "Death to America". And if we allow ONE to return, the precedent is set....hundreds, maybe thousands will then be able to jump on that same "precedent" train and ride back into their country with the potential of terrorist attacks in the future.
Yes, they should be allowed to return to their country, and buried 6 feet under...

Chechen ISIS fighters are being paid by the Ukrainians now.
 

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Not sure if this has been posted.

Seems to be a recurring theme in the news...

Alabama-born ISIS wife who reportedly told Americans to kill themselves now begging to come home

Young woman (14 - 16) leaves their country and joins ISIS.
Has babies by jihadists, then ISIS loses and they are trapped in desperate situations with jihadist babies.

Should they be allowed to return to their home countries? Should their decisions be held against them?

One problem I have with allowing their return is that it sets a precedent. We can't be absolutely certain they don't still want "Death to America". And if we allow ONE to return, the precedent is set....hundreds, maybe thousands will then be able to jump on that same "precedent" train and ride back into their country with the potential of terrorist attacks in the future.

first, chop her head off, then send her back to Alabama
 

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