US to Lock Up British Jihadis in Guantanamo Bay, Sick of UK’s ‘Soft Touch’
UK welcomes back terrorists with rehabilitation instead of punishment
British jihadis are facing being sent to Guantanamo Bay as the UK facing criticism of not doing enough to punish them, according to reports.
The UK offers terrorists returning from Syria rehabilitation programmes instead of legal consequences, US officials say.
There is now a growing conclusion the UK is avoiding its responsibility to punish extremist converts who have joined ISIS, according to The Times.
But now the two surviving members of the British terrorist group known as 'The Beatles,' El Shafee ElSheikh and Alexanda Kotey, could now face punishment in America.
The Trump administration say that the terrorist could avoid justice and want to send them to Guantanamo where there is more than enough room.
'These guys have American blood on their hands,' a source told The Times.
The news comes as three schoolgirls from Bethnal Green, London who fled to Syria in 2015 to join ISIS want to return to the UK.
Shamima Begum became an ISIS bride in Syria after running away from home with friends Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultanta.
But now she wants to come home to the UK to have her third child with the help of the British taxpayer and shows no remorse for joining ISIS
According to The Daily Mail: She left the surrounded village of Baghuz as ISIS fights for its last slither of territory in eastern Syria.
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She said she has 'no regrets' about joining them.
Security Minister Ben Wallace said the UK would not be rescuing her from the Northern Syrian camp she escaped to.
He said: 'I'm not putting at risk British people's lives to go and look for terrorists or former terrorists in a failed state.
'The message this government has given for many years is that actions have consequences.'
Last month, we reported French President Emmanuel Macron ordered the return of 130 suspected ISIS members back to France following concerns his government may 'lose track of them' once the US troops withdraw from Syria.
130 Islamic State suspects from France are now been taken in custody by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) while they await their return to Paris.
They suspected terror group members expected to be sent back to France int the coming weeks, according to French channel BFMTV.
US forces have been supporting local Kurdish and Arab forces fighting ISIS, according to reports by the Washington Post and CNN.
Two thousand troops remain in Syria as part of Operation Roundup, a final drive to defeat ISIS is in its closing stages.