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If someone from your country joined ISIS and moved to Syria, should they still be allowed to return home someday?
22-25, F
33 replies
Mar 14, 2019
ImRileyTheDog · 18-21, F
As long as they’re still not associated with ISIS
Asumadre · 41-45, M
Still their country no matter what.
[@386170,ScarletWitch] You hit the nail right on the head.👍️
Asumadre · 41-45, M
[@386170,ScarletWitch] Still their country, it’s happened every conflict. Once they step on us soil, we can arrest them for crimes if commited but they’re still citizens
Ryanoliver2011 · 22-25, M
[@386170,ScarletWitch] completely agree!!!
ScarletWitch · 22-25, F
5thApprentice · 26-30, M
Lemt me just go be a terrorist for a bit then come back home afterwards. 😂
NiftyWhite · 41-45, F
Montanaman · 56-60, M
Not a chance in hell.😔
It's a messy situation to be in. I think if they haven't been involved in a killing or a rape incident there could be a chance. I don't think that a person who killed or harmed innocents can still be considered human. It's fucked up how some sees them as heroes..
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
In a word? No.
Absolutes don't actually make sense, I'd say "depends on the circumstances". So-called brainwashing is a real thing, especially with religion (Maybe need more neutral term than brainwashing tho'). But then you have a problem, as long as they don't denounce violent beliefs, but this will be impossible as long as they're treated as an enemy. Odds are your country already has many people who have never left the country that hold even more violent views without anybody keeping an eye on them though.
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