ISIS Child Warns UK Reporter: ‘We Will Slaughter You’
Sobering warning from the Al Hol camp in Syria
A child of the Islamic State terrorist group warned an unsuspecting British reporter, 'we will slaughter you,' as fears grow that the offspring of terrorist groups in Syrian holding camps may pose an increasing threat to the West.
Sky News correspondent Mark Stone recalled the encounter with a jihadist “cub” in the Al Hol camp in Syria, which holds 70,000 Islamic State women and children.
“In Arabic, he first quoted a verse from the Koran: ‘God says, “Turn to Allah with a sincere repentance in the hope that your Lord will remove you from your ills,”'” Stone recounted.
“He was asking us to repent our sins,” Stone continued.
“And then, calmly, he said: ‘We’re going to kill you by slaughtering you. We will slaughter you.'”
Many countries in the West are seeking to repatriate children born in the shattered caliphate to women who hold western citizenship.
“[T]he black-clad women of the Islamic State,” Stone said, are the “only guides” for these children, and they “claim to represent the purest form of Islam.”
Stone spoke to some who defended the caliphate’s slaughter, such as burning people alive and beheading prisoners, arguing that “It says it in the Koran."
As the ISIS territorial strongholds continue to be evacuated, some jihadi brides made clear statements, such as “My son will grow up to be a jihadist."
Others stated: “I hope the Islamic caliphate will return and spread across all corners of the globe."
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But despite their direct threats to the West, leftist liberals still argue that these terrorists cannot be stripped off their citizenship, despite having defected to a hostile power overseas.
But despite the apparent risks, the consensus remains that their children definitely should be repatriated, like the infamous case British-born jihadi bride Shamima Begum.
Earlier this year, Neon Nettle reported that Begum also received large sums of taxpayer-funded legal aid from the British government even though her citizenship revoked.
Begum married Dutch citizen jihadi fighter with whom she had three children.
But following the loss of her British citizenship, she received large amounts of public money to help fight her case to return to the UK.
In February, the head of British intelligence MI6 admitted the UK could not stop ISIS fighters returning to Britain even though they are 'potentially very dangerous.'
Secret Intelligence Service chief Alex Younger said that returning ISIS militants had obtained 'skills and connections' which make them a massive threat to the country.