ISIS jihadis are roaming free after returning to Australia because frustrated authorities ‘aren’t being given the evidence to jail them’ by Iraq and Syria

Only two people have been prosecuted under Australia’s foreign fighters laws even though more than 40 ISIS jihadis have returned from overseas war zones.

Authorities are reportedly being hampered by a lack of evidence to proceed to prosecution, leaving most of those who fought alongside ISIS in Syria and Iraq in the past five years to walk free back in Australia.

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    I would declare martial law and shoot them as non-uniformed enemy combatants. But that’s just me.

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      Good plan.

    • Tooth&Claw

      I’d drop them in the ocean by the great barrier reef. Great White sharks need love too.

    • felis gracilis

      Or, if you don’t have the cojones to shoot them as enemy combatants, at least revoke their passports and send them back to the “caliphate” as soon as they show their sorry asses at Aussie customs.

  • canminuteman

    Both Iraq and Syria are failed states, you are going to have to find another way to get the information. Or just don’t let in any muslims at all.

    • Watchman

      These ISIS jihadis are often the second or third generation muslim immigrants, and often only have Australian citizenship and by law must be let back into Australia. International law also requires that people cannot be stripped of their only citizenship, leaving them stateless.

      Very few of these jihadis have any connection to Iraq or Syria and may have originated from areas traditionally enemies of Iraq or Syria. The only connection is, quelle surprise, their muslim religion. Obviously fed indoctrination about non-muslims (or the wrong kind of muslims) killing their ‘right’ kind of muslims, combined with a natural youthful desire to change the world, and a frustration about the lack of unearned success in wider Australian society, means they are ideal cannon fodder for jihad in Iraq and Syria.