UK Will Not Prosecute ISIS Terrorists Returning From Syria and Iraq


PJ Media: A top UK official told the BBC last week that ISIS terrorists from the UK returning from Syria and Iraq will not be prosecuted. Instead, the government will try to reintegrate them back into society because they were “naive” when they joined the genocidal terrorist group.

This came just two days after the chief of the UK’s MI5 spy service gave a rare speech warning that the terrorism threat was higher than he had ever seen.

When London Mayor Sadiq Khan was asked just days after the Borough Market terror attack last June about where these 400 returned terrorists were and if they were all being watched, he had no answers. more …

Opinion: We will let the London Mayor explain:

But there is one fellow that Mayor Sadiq does not want in his city:

With 23,000 jihadist extremists already living in Britain as potential terrorist attackers, what could possibly go wrong with 400 more?


  1. I had to chuckled a bit when Sadiq was explaining his opinion of Trump. “It’s like being with your best mate … ” Really.

    Regardless. The US and the UK are both known to have continuously offered financial and seemingly moral support to global terrorists than almost any other nation in the world. Even more so than many Arab nations. And several politicians love to pass the buck when it comes to placing blame for supporting terrorism. Trump blames Obama while Trump is still proudly handing hundred of millions of dollars to the Palestinian terrorists, not to mention the billions he has poured into Al qaeda in Syria. And in this video clip you have shown here today, Sadiq is obviously passing the buck to central government, saying that London just isn’t allotted the proper amounts of funding to keep track of those 400 people.

    The west was built not on democracy and Biblical beliefs but on lies. God tells us in His Word that we are to expect this sort of thing, especially in these times. One can only imagine what the world must have really been like in the days when Noah was building the ark. The things he must have faced. The mayhem he must have witnessed. Sometimes I wonder if he breathed a giant sigh of relief, not just when the rain had finally stopped, but when the craziness in his world was finally over for that time.

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