If you've seen some of the interviews, she has clearly not renounced islamic fundamentalismJust a thought, playing devil's advocate. She was 15 when she made a choice which ended up biting her in the backside. Should she suffer for the rest of her life? If she renounce fundamentalist/ militant Islam shouldn't she be allowed to come back?
+1000... heck 60 million people is already too many for the island... why invite the sickos?
Hopefully the beginning of the end of the UK being seen as a soft touch for criminals, trash and the like!
It's not a pc approach. It's the law.LOL, thank fark the PC approach failed and these ISIS muslim terrorists stripped of their British citizenship and got shipped out.
The pair, who have been stripped of their British citizenship, were captured in February 2018 by Syrian Kurdish fighters, prompting behind-the-scenes negotiations between the UK and US governments over where they should be prosecuted.
The decision not to seek assurances from the US that the two men would not face the death penalty was in defiance of advice from the Foreign Office and senior civil servants, the courts were told by lawyers for Maha Elgizouli, Elsheikh’s mother.
In 2018 it emerged that the then home secretary, Sajid Javid, had written to the US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, telling him that the UK “does not currently intend to request, nor actively encourage,” the transfer of Kotey and Elsheikh to Britain and there were “strong reasons for not requiring a death penalty assurance in this specific case”.
And a law that is too vague and protects the interest of a psycho that will gladly assist in the murder of innocents is not an unjust law. Mkay.Granted, but the difference here is that apartheid was a set of unjust laws.
No, I couldn't care less what happens to the 2. They can jump off from the stratosphere without parachutes for all I care.