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    Well would you allow them back?

    Hard maybe on the kids,but not a chance.
    https://www.itv.com/news/2018-10-25/...o-return-home/
    The new parliamentary democracy,it's not the will of the people that counts but the will of 650......will come back to haunt them.

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    No chance.
    17,410,742 people said LEAVE!

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    no way. Corbyn of course woukd be wanting to give the husbands of all those brides of Isis UK citizenship for services to the republican cause ...
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    No let them rot in Syria . They made the choice to join the murdering cult and then cry about their kids being educated in the UK while no doubt expecting to be housed and fed by the UK taxpayer .

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    Oh dear this really sets up conflict in me. On the one hand good riddance, you made your bed now lie in it, how could we ever trust them. On the other it's probably a life of hardship etc that is more than tough on the kids.

    Would the kids be considered UK nationals? Should we take them but leave the mothers? Would the mothers want what was est for the kids? That would be a test of their genuineness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T00ts View Post
    Oh dear this really sets up conflict in me. On the one hand good riddance, you made your bed now lie in it, how could we ever trust them. On the other it's probably a life of hardship etc that is more than tough on the kids.

    Would the kids be considered UK nationals? Should we take them but leave the mothers? Would the mothers want what was est for the kids? That would be a test of their genuineness.
    Im actually a big softy when it comes to the kids but in this case would make an exception and let them rot in the cesspool their mothers have created for them . I can see no future where they would be a benefit to the UK .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetwalker View Post
    Im actually a big softy when it comes to the kids but in this case would make an exception and let them rot in the cesspool their mothers have created for them . I can see no future where they would be a benefit to the UK .
    I just don't see that that can be the only consideration. Surely leaving them there just compounds the wrong. The children are innocents in this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T00ts View Post
    I just don't see that that can be the only consideration. Surely leaving them there just compounds the wrong. The children are innocents in this.
    not by now they're not. they will have been indoctrinated long ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T00ts View Post
    The children are innocents in this.
    That's what Trump said when his government separated children from their criminal mothers .

    Im with Jog on this , they are probably well on the way to becoming the next generation of candidates for the watch list .

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    Quote Originally Posted by T00ts View Post
    The children are innocents in this.
    Sure. Would that include Sally Jones son, the innocently named "Jo Jo"?

    Ask yourself this, Toots. How many no longer have to lead a life, let alone one of hardship, as a result of what the people these women went to join believe? Would you want to be a woman in the place they are? Their testimony speaks for itself, but they went there of their own accord. Unless, of course, they really were the poor, helpless beings "tricked" into it. Which you don't really believe, and nor does anyone else. They can't be trusted to be here anymore.


    I often get told off on here by the morally correct. But there are places where life is cheap. If you think you can simply bring these children back and resume where they left off, I think you're gravely mistaken.

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