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British jihadists in Syria are becoming increasingly disenchanted with their military pursuits in the region and wish to return to their homeland, it has emerged. The jihadists have reportedly grown frustrated that they are no longer fighting against President Assad’s military forces, but rather are engaged in attacks against rival rebel factions. Dozens of British men fighting in the war-torn state reportedly wish to return to British soil but are fearful they will be imprisoned if they attempt to do so, the Times reports. One jihadist, who claims to represent 30 British militants fighting for a group with links to the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS), said the men are willing to undergo a process of deradicalization and submit to state surveillance if they are guaranteed freedom on their return.
British jihadists in Syria are becoming increasingly disenchanted with their military pursuits in the region and wish to return to their homeland
originally posted by: abe froman
You don't get to come home. You made your bed...now die in it.
Why yes, yes we do, ridiculous to mollycoddle these people