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Jeremy Corbyn says IS bride should be brought home

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posted on Feb, 21 2019 @ 07:27 PM

originally posted by: gortex

If Bangladesh won't take her then she will have to return to the UK under international law

Unless Syrian authorities want to try her for crimes committed by foreign terrorists under cover of war.

We have her word she thought nothing of seeing severed heads and expressed righteousness about that. We have nothing about her involvement in the severing of those heads and who they belonged to. Only her word.

I agree, she should be questioned. Rigourously, legally compliant and dispassionately with use of polygraph, to determine exactly what her role was.

Evidence needs gathering, footage showing her involvement in murder, messages sent, witnesses, that sort of thing.

originally posted by: ApacheHelicopetr
a reply to: gortex

It's one thing to take her back, try her and throw the bitch in jail to rot.

It's another to go all limp wristed and bleeding heart and insist she should be given "state support"....

Probably be more cost effective for the tax payer if she is able to rely on state support rather than residing at HM pleasure.

posted on Feb, 21 2019 @ 08:28 PM
a reply to: speedie

Well after Brexit we might not have a Human rights act in the same way.

But that's yet to come, and hopefully won't happen in a hard manner.

Again though please list the liberties we have lost?

Genuinely interested.

posted on Feb, 22 2019 @ 01:51 AM
a reply to: ApacheHelicopetr

If the UK brought back every terrorist cute or beastly, into their Country, the rules of Democracy would fast change.

posted on Feb, 22 2019 @ 06:39 AM
a reply to: Sapphire

Well considering the UK is a Monarchy and not your atypical democracy, i don't imagine the "rules" would change that much, short of the House of Lords allowing so.

posted on Feb, 22 2019 @ 09:01 AM
a reply to: r0xor

man you just don't have a clue do you? she chose to support a foreign entity, one set on domination and destruction of the the UK, United States and all others that don't follow the Pedophiles teachings. she pledged her allegiance to the "Islamic State" in sighted violence against non believers, and gave aid and comfort to their goons. supported beheading, burning people alive, throwing people off buildings and any other number of gruesome ways of killing people.

she is lucky that governments don't have people that go looking for those that did that (Wink Wink). one that comes to mind is not a woman but a man from Australia. the one that took his kids age five and under cutting off heads and then laughing about it while the boys held the heads up for the camera. these are the type of people she chose to go and marry and support. she doesn't even deserve a trail. she admits to doing it.

and here are two ways to that a U.S. citizen can lose their citizenship. don't know about the UK.

first one i came to, there maybe better sources.

Owing Allegiance to Another Country

You cannot lose citizenship simply by living abroad for a long time. You can, however, be stripped of citizenship if the government feels that you have abandoned your U.S. residence. This happens if you demonstrate your voluntary allegiance to another country. For example, you might become a naturalized citizen of another country with the intent of renouncing U.S. citizenship. You could also lose your citizenship by swearing an oath of allegiance to another country, such as if you are working for the government of a foreign nation or voluntarily serving in the military of a foreign country if that country is at war with the United States.

This does not mean you cannot be a citizen of the United States and also a citizen of another nation; you can. This is known as dual citizenship. Neither the federal government nor state governments keep records of how many US citizens hold dual citizenship, so there is no way to know how many Americans currently hold citizenship in multiple nations.

Marrying a foreign national or otherwise becoming a dual citizen is not the same as swearing allegiance to another country. An American citizen should be concerned about losing his U.S. citizenship via allegiance to another nation only if he runs for government office in the other country, serves in its military or intentionally becomes a citizen of the new nation without going through the proper channel to preserve his U.S. citizenship.

Committing Treason

Article III, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution defines treason as "levying war" against the United States or giving "aid and comfort" to the enemies of the United States. A person must confess in court to the crime or be convicted based on the testimony of two eyewitnesses. Treason includes making war or helping a foreign power make war against the United States and also includes trying to overthrow the U.S. government or Constitution. Committing treason is a sure-fire way to lose your citizenship and serve time in prison.
Ways to Lose Citizenship

edit on 22-2-2019 by hounddoghowlie because: corrected my bad azz spellin

oh, and to address this in your last post to me.

He can't be quiet, so he picked the easy, most popular thing to say. The one you're mostly agreeing with.

my very first post,

she sure should. then put on trial for terrorism, conspiracy to commit murder, aid and comfort to enemy and put to death.

then i said that the UK doesn't do that.
edit on 22-2-2019 by hounddoghowlie because: (no reason given)

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