‘Naïve’ young jihadis who return from fighting for ISIS in Syria should be allowed ‘space’ to rejoin British society rather than face jail, says anti-terror watchdog

Max Hill QC – Quisling C%nt

‘Naive’ teenagers who return to Britain after fighting for ISIS should be allowed to reintegrate rather than face prosecution, according to the anti-terror watchdog.

Max Hill QC said hundreds of Britons coming home after serving under the brutal terror group in Iraq and Syria have not been charged to avoid ‘losing a generation’ of young men.

Around half of the estimated 850 UK citizens who joined ISIS in the Middle East have since returned, according to official figures.