What Should Happen to ISIS Fighters and their Families?
by Matthew RJ Brodsky
The Newsmakers / TRT World
February 26, 2019
Thousands are fleeing ISIS' final bastion in Baghouz, Syria, including foreign fighters and their families. Is the battle almost over? Is the terrorist group's caliphate finished? Could ISIS make a comeback in Syria or elsewhere and how can its ideology be defeated? Matthew RJ Brodsky joins Ajmal Masroor, Imam and member of the Muslim Council of Britain, and Robin Simcox, Fellow at The Heritage Foundation specializing in terrorism and national security on TRT World's The Newsmakers with Imran Garda. They explore these topics and focus on what should happen to ISIS fighters and their families. Should their home countries revoke their citizenship or bring them back to face the law?
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