Britain refuses to receive ISIS terrorist children from Iraq and Syria

The United Kingdom has refused to receive and return the children of ISIS terrorists who hold the British citizenship from Iraq and Syria.

The Times newspaper published a report by defense correspondent Lucy Fischer, entitled "ISIS Children Will Not Return Home."

The newspaper said that Sajid Javed made the decision as one of his last decisions as interior minister before he became Treasury Secretary last month.

Javed concluded that sending military or civilian personnel to northern Syria in an effort to rescue these children and minors would be very dangerous.

The newspaper added the decision was likely to be protested and condemned by rights groups, children's rights groups and the opposition, who have long demanded the protection of innocent British children in Iraq.

 

About 900 British people have fled to join ISIS, 400 of whom are believed to have returned to Britain since March this year.

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