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Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
#1
Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
Part of me wants to say no, they went to fight a war of terrorism. The other part wants to say yes, at least for the ones that are victims.  And there are children that don't deserve to suffer from actions of the parents.  

If repatriated I'm sure they'd need to face charges in their respective nation. If not, what happens to them, death?

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/19/us/is...women.html

https://www.npr.org/2019/02/18/695831550...-isis-figh

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/108...oned-kurds
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#2
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
Fighters. No.

Wives:
Those who went there to become wives: no
Those forced to be "wives": yes

Kids:
Those who did not particpate in atrocities: Yes
Those who did: No
Dying to live, living to die.
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#3
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
(February 20, 2019 at 6:57 pm)The Valkyrie Wrote: Fighters.  No.

Wives:
Those who went there to become wives:  no
Those forced to be "wives": yes

Kids:
Those who did not particpate in atrocities: Yes
Those who did: No

That's pretty much /thread IMO
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#4
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
I suspect in the coming years, a few of those who are denied return will pull off some truly spectacular acts of mass terrorism against the west.

Of course, unlike 911, when it was shocking that a relatively complacent but united and unchallengeable Supreme west could have been subjected to such an act of mass terrorism,  in the coming years, acts like repeat of 9/11 would not seem so extraordinary as the west undergo the travails of decline through fragmentation, sharpened multi-polar geopolitical competition, internal class and racial division, and sedition at the highest levels by flag wrapped self-serving traitors like trump.
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#5
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
(February 20, 2019 at 7:52 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote: I suspect in the coming years, a few of those who are denied return will pull off some truly spectacular acts of mass terrorism against the west.

Yup. That by itself argues for repatriation. Don't make it easy for them. Make them work for it in the form of helping the fight against ISIS. If they are genuine in their conviction they should be glad to help.

It would be foolish to turn away someone who has learned the errors of their ways strictly out of the need for petty revenge.
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#6
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
I saw some bimbo with her kid who wanted to get back into the US after finding out how shittily she got treated by those gentle ISIS folks. I worked in defense for long enough to know that she's probably been turned and then will commit crimes for ISIS when she gets back to US soil. Too fucking bad for her, and I'm sorry about the kid, but she fucked up. #nevertobetrusted
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#7
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
@Fireballl

The word "should' loads a question, making it a matter of moral judgement

." I worked in defense for long enough to know that --" -------------Logical fallacy; special pleading/ appeal to authority.

I accept that you firmly believe your claim. However, you 'know ' no such thing simply base on your experience.

Easily solved though; let's see your evidence..

PS I served too. So there's no misunderstanding; I spent 14 months overseas, combat battalion, not in a war zone. Infantry X medic

PPS it's spelled "defence"
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#8
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
No, I think we need to be really strict in these cases. If a woman fails to show any remorse and still justifies the shit these fuckers have done, leave her there.
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#9
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
(February 20, 2019 at 11:39 pm)Grandizer Wrote: No, I think we need to be really strict in these cases. If a woman fails to show any remorse and still justifies the shit these fuckers have done, leave her there.

Send her to Iraq.

They're busy hanging ISIS members and their supporters.
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#10
RE: Should ISIS fighters/wives/children be repatriated?
The war on terror is the biggest fuck up in human history, and it will backfire as hard as possible, probably becoming one of the contributing factors to the fall of the west.

The U.S and NATO literally caused unrecoverable damage to the "already damaged" Middle East; ISIS is one of the results for the west's foreign policy that supported Middle Eastern dictators for decades.

It is proven now that the Arab regimes -like Saudi Arabia- are the factories of Jihadists and maniacs; literally cutting a man up in an embassy is an everyday task for these regimes; those are the allies of the west; and how shameful and sad it is.

This policy must backfire; the children of the ISIS fighters and the victims of the western-supported Arab dictator regimes would tear Europe and America's interests just for revenge.

The western foreign policy needs a very heavy revision and updating. But my guess is that the societies of the west will pay a very heavy price for treating the life of others abroad as a mere "interest". Sadly it is the children and the innocent who fall first.
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