Extradite jihadists, don’t amnesty them

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Jihadist schoolgirl and her extremist father


29 March, 2015

When 15-year-old Amira Abase fled the UK for Syria to join the butchers of Islamic State, her father launched a bitter attack on her school and the police for allowing it to happen.

In front of the Commons Home Affairs Committee, Abase Hussen first accused Amira’s teachers of failing to recognise that his ‘normal’ daughter was becoming dangerously radicalised.

Then his lawyer denounced police for not warning her family that another girl from the same school had recently run away to Syria. Had they known, he said, they might have been able to prevent Amira going.

Committee chairman Keith Vaz treated the family as if they were the victims of some appalling crime, commending them for their ‘courage in speaking up’ and Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe issued a grovelling apology.

How ludicrous their fawning looks, now that the Mail reveals Mr Hussen is a passionate Islamic radical himself.

In 2012 he marched on the US embassy with hate preacher Anjem Choudary and one of the murderers of Fusilier Lee Rigby and burned an American flag.

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No British citizen, of whatever age, who travels to Syria or Iraq for the purpose of attaching themselves to ISIS, al-Qaida, or any similar salafist terror group, should ever be permitted to return to Britain.

Those who have already returned to the UK should be extradited to Syria or Iraq to stand trial for their alleged crimes and their parents and siblings should be deported with them.

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