Who knows woul they wish to return if ISIS has won or retained the territory — my best guess is probably not. They would be under patronage of their husbands and their families.

I see your point. It’s an emotional argument and I understand that nobody is really excited to have them back.

These girls were radicalized in UK and United States. It’s our mess. Why couldn’t we trial them for the crimes they committed like other ISIS fighters?

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