The former fighters are currently being detained in northern Syria by the US , Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), who have expressed similarity to their ability to safeguard the jails once forces withdraw from the region. The Soufan Center, a risk advisory.
ISIS fighters ISIS fighters 2,000 French citizens joined ISIS since the start of the Syrian uprising in 2011. And French prisons are already estimated to house
French authorities have declined to confirm the details of the BFMTV report that the jailed fighters wants to be back.
Despite desperate requests by Kurdish authorities who say they do not have the money to continue with the ISIS fighters – and the number is
Countries like Britian and Australia have stripped some ISIS
Legal experts have therefore expressed concern that countries are taking back foreign fighters, especially in the United States or Europe evidence of ISIS participation to bring effective charges. This could lead to further spread of extremism or violence in communities, or in the prison system, analysts have been long lamented.
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More than 800 fighters from 48 countries have been captured by the SDF in recent years and are languishing behind bars.
While two Americans were captured by SDF earlier this year, it is not clear exactly how many. citizens remain in SDF jails. The impasse is not limited to fighters.
The impasse is not limited to fighters. Kurdish forces are therefore involved in special sections of displacement camps. There are an estimated 500 women and more than 1,300 children.
"It was a mistake"
Nonetheless, almost all jailed foreign fighters and their spouses have communicated a desire to return to their homelands.
Hamza, a 27-year-old Belgian-born fighter, told Fox News last year, questioning why he had joined Radical after joining a homegrown Salafist group titled "Sharia4Belgium."
In Contrast to the Syrian dilemma, in which there is no long-term strategy in place, Iraq has been fast and firm – much to the chagrin of many human rights organizations – to prosecute both foreign and domestic fighters, and has been issued hundreds.