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British citizens who fought against ISIS face prosecution and prison –returning ISIS fighters are going free

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Meanwhile, the May government has admitted that a “significant portion” of returned Islamic State jihadis free, as they are considered no longer to be a security concern. This persecution of foes of the Islamic State, therefore, is just more shameless Islamopandering from the British government, ever anxious to appease its Muslim population.




“TERROR TRIALS Outrage as Westerners fighting AGAINST ISIS alongside UK’s Kurdish allies face same treatment as returning jihadis.. prosecution and even prison,” by Aletha Adu, The Sun, April 8, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):




BY ROBERT SPENCER




BY ROBERT SPENCER




BRAVE Westerners who dropped their cosy lives to fight ISIS alongside the UK’s Kurdish allies face being treated like returning jihadis.




The UK is among many countries including Germany, The Netherlands and Australia, who penalise volunteers who risked their lives.




Former Brit squaddie Joe Robinson, 25, was arrested on holiday on trumped-up terrorism charges in 2017.




His partner Mira Rojkan, a Bulgarian citizen studying Law, was also arrested and accused of engaging in terrorist propaganda.




Rojkan was given a suspended sentence, the BBC reported Robinson’s mother as saying.




Robinson, who previously served in Afghanistan with the Duke of Lancaster Regiment, previously admitted fighting ISIS but went on to deny he acted alongside the Kurdish militia.
‘I AM NOT A CRIMINAL’




He wasn’t jailed in the UK, but last September he was jailed for seven-and-a-half years in Turkey.




He remained on bail as he appealed his sentence, but weeks before Christmas, he told the BBC he fled Turkey.




He said: “I could not accept the sentence and charges as I am not a criminal” adding “I had to take matters into my own hands.”






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