Crybaby jihadists: Aussie militants call for help

Disillusioned recruits who joined the Islamic State terrorist group have sought assistance from the Australian Government to leave the conflict zone in Syria and Iraq.

A handful of young men who took up arms with IS to fight for an Islamic caliphate across the region have, either directly or through their families at home, contacted Australian authorities for help.

It is believed up to a dozen Australians, most of whom flew to Syria to join militants fighting the al-Assad regime, found themselves in limbo after laying down their weapons but fearing they would be arrested under tougher counterterrorism laws if they ­returned to Australia.

The men, including two from Queensland and several from other states, claim they were duped into fighting with terror groups after IS took ­control of a range of militant outfits. Many foreign recruits have been dragooned into the IS rampage against Shi’ite ­Muslims after arriving to fight Syrian forces…

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Leave ’em there to their fate. If they’re young and cute maybe they can be catamites for the old imams in the IS ranks. Gotta have catamites for the imams.

    • BillyHW

      They must never be allowed back.

  • JoKeR
    • Frau Katze

      I love the spelling.

    • Rosenmops

      The Holly and the Ivy Koran–only to be used at Christmas.

  • Barrington Minge

    Oh mummy, I want my teddy and a cuddle…brainless twats, let ’em stew.

  • Blacksmith

    Decisions have consequences, no pity and not help in my opinion, leave them their to rot.

  • dukestreet

    Perhaps if their government does not bail them out and they return on their own, suffer the consequences of their actions, etc,, they will learn something constructive.
    Maybe they will learn to be grateful for the good things they have had and stop being foolish young men. We used to go to play hockey at one a.m.. They go and fight for jihad. The young Muslim generation has lost themselves completely, With the influences they have they may never learn to be adult.