Government admits it has lost track of hundreds of British jihadis who went to Syria and Iraq to fight for extremist groups like ISIS

The whereabouts of hundreds of Britons who travelled to the Middle East to support or fight for jihadist groups is unknown, the security minister has admitted.

Around half of the estimated 850 people from the UK who went to Syria and Iraq have returned home, but Ben Wallace said the Government ‘don’t know where’ those still in the region are.

Many have been killed in fighting, some are returning to Turkey, but it is unclear whether others are now living, he admitted.

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  • BillyHW

    All you have to do to get women to vote for the importation of child-gang-rape-murderers is to put the picture of a drowned child murdered by his muslim father for a German welfare check on the front page of the newspapers.

    Women’s suffrage was the invention of the Devil so he could have our Christian nations as his very own playthings. The rest was easy for him.

    Enjoy the falafels, “ladies”.

  • Lightstream

    It wouldn’t surprise me if Canada has lost track of the ones returning here.

  • Hard Little Machine

    They are asking them to return to the UK so they can be given government jobs.