“Human Rights Watch” stated that “a 4-year-old girl returned to Canada, after living the first half of her life under the” ISIS “organization, and the second in a miserable detention camp in northeastern Syria.
The organization pointed out that “the rescue of the girl took place at a high price, as the Canadian government did not agree to allow her to return with her mother, who remained in Syria, due to links to terrorism, after she had married one of the elements of the organization.”
The organization quoted the mother as saying, “If I have to choose again to allow my child to travel alone, I do not know if I will do that, sacrificing the utmost difficulty,” expressing her willingness to stand trial and assume responsibility if it is proven that she is involved in any of the crimes.
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This mother is among nearly 12,000 women and children from nearly 60 countries who are being held indefinitely in camps for family members of suspected ISIS members in northeastern Syria.
The organization explained that “most Western countries, including Canada, have returned a small number of their detained citizens to their homelands, ignoring popular and human rights calls for their return.” Like Germany, Finland has brought in quite a few mothers. “
And she believed that “Canada and other countries should take urgent measures to return all their citizens from northeastern Syria, and once they reach their homeland, they can be rehabilitated and integrated.”
Source: “Human Rights Watch”