Officials have been forced to take action in more than 150 cases where children were in danger of being radicalised, figures show.
The family courts – which have powers to take youngsters into care – have seen a wave of cases driven by returning jihadi mothers, a report revealed.
The ground-breaking study by the Henry Jackson Society (HJS), an influential security think-tank, concluded Islamic State bride Shamima Begum is likely to see her Syria-born son Jerah removed from her care if she manages to return to Britain.
A man accused of plotting a terrorist bomb attack in the UK has appeared in court charged with inciting an atrocity in Germany.
Fatah Mohammed Abdullah, 33, was arrested in December last year after he allegedly bought “explosive pre-cursors” online.
Last week, he was charged with inciting two people to commit a terror attack in Germany following a joint investigation between UK and German police.
Tens of thousands of foreign nationals have travelled to Syria and neighbouring Iraq to fight for the Islamic State (IS) group.
With the end of the IS territorial “caliphate” imminent, the US has led calls to repatriate the hundreds of men women and children who have been detained on the battlefield. However, many countries have so far been reluctant to do so.
US to ISIS bride: You are not a citizen and deserve nothing
This is why Trump is President and why we want to kick that steaming pile of crap in Ottawa out of office.
In Canada Justin Trudeau would have appointed her to a top paying job in government by now.
Shamima Begum, the teenager who travelled from east London to Syria to join Islamic State in 2015, has described Home Office plans to strip her of citizenship as “kind of heart-breaking”.
Shamima Begum: will the plan to revoke her citizenship succeed?
“I don’t know what to say,” she told ITV News. “I am not that shocked but I am a bit shocked. It’s a bit upsetting and frustrating. I feel like it’s a bit unjust on me and my son.”
More… A very punch-able face
UK Always Seems to Make Wrong Decision – Katie Hopkins on Returning Islamists
January 1. Four teenage migrants — three Afghans and one Iranian — assaulted more than a dozen passersby in Amberg. Twelve people between the ages of 13 and 42 were injured in the attacks; a 17-year-old was hospitalized for a head injury. Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann said the four perpetrators cannot be deported for legal reasons
Iranian “morality police” were forced to fire warning shots when a crowd intervened to prevent them from arresting two women for not wearing a hijab.
The incident occurred in Tehran’s northeastern Narmak neighbourhood on Friday night, and ended with a mob tearing the door off a police vehicle, Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency reported.
“Morality patrol police members had warned two young women who did not have proper hijab. Within a few minutes, a group of citizens gathered around to prevent the transfer of the two women [into custody],” a police official told the agency.
Morality Police Vehicle Door Trophy
The disintegration of the Islamic State’s Caliphate — which once included large portions of Iraq and Syria — may be a strategic defeat for ISIS, yet the jihadi terrorist group is very much alive. Its ideology, tactics and objectives have not altered. ISIS remains steeped in the ideology of “salafiya jihadiyah” (Salafi jihad), which requires every Muslim to wage “holy war” in some fashion against the “infidel.”
Google translate – The assailant, Karim L., was released from prison in October 2018 tells us a source close to the investigation. The 36-year-old man was involved in a murder case in 2003 and was known to police for acts of violence and assault with a knife.
The attacker arrived from the Old Port and walked towards the Noailles sector, according to a police source quoted by Le Figaro . The author then interviewed several passersby “by speaking in French and in a foreign language, asking them for their nationality”, stabbing people according to their answers.
The victims are 3 men aged 23, 27 and 35 and a woman aged 52. Two of them were transported to the hospital
The attacker is dead. He was 36 years old and it’s not “terrorism” according to police.
German ISIS bride tells how she spent wedding night in a ‘blood-stained torture chamber’ with terrorist husband after fleeing life as a Hells Angel
A woman who went to Syria to become the bride of an ISIS terrorist has revealed how she spent her wedding night in a ‘blood-stained torture chamber’.
Currently in Germany in investigative custody, 26-year-old Derya O., who hails from a Turkish family living in Germany, said that she fell in with the wrong crowd at an ‘impressionable age’.
For several years she was the girlfriend of a Hells Angels boss, and says she became increasingly unhappy with her life shortly before meeting German convert Mario Sciannimanica online, who told her about life in ISIS.
Shamima Begum, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria aged 15, is to lose her UK citizenship, the family’s lawyer has said.
In a statement posted on Twitter, Tasnime Akunjee said the family were “disappointed” with the decision and were considering “all legal avenues” to challenge it.
An American ISIS bride begging to return to the US after ending up in a refugee camp in Syria could be jailed for decades upon her return, legal experts say.
Hoda Muthana, 24, left her home in Hoover, Albama, in 2014 to join the so-called Islamic State, before using Twitter to call for American Muslims to launch terror attacks on Memorial Day.
Another Canadian woman who says she followed her husband to Syria when he left to fight for ISIS tells CTV News that she wants to come home.
“I had no idea how much I could miss my own country,” said Kimberley, one of four Canadian women who spoke to CTV’s London Bureau Chief Paul Workman from inside the Al-Hawl camp in eastern Syria.
“What I know of Canadians is that they are very loving, very accepting people for the most part,” she said. “They don’t want to punish without reason,” she added. “I think that a lot of people believe in giving second chances.”
German authorities are preparing to prosecute dozens of citizens who joined the extremist group “Islamic State,” (IS) several media outlets revealed on Monday.
Authorities have already issued arrest warrants for 18 out of the 63 adult German citizens being held in Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Greece, according a joint report by newspaper
Süddeutsche Zeitung and public broadcasters NDR and WDR. Including children, the list of German citizens held jumps into three figures.
In total there are 32 preliminary court proceedings against German IS members imprisoned abroad.
The Taliban extinguished Kamila Sidiqi’s hopes of becoming a teacher the day she graduated from training college.
As she proudly received her qualification in September 1996, Taliban militiamen entered her home city of Kabul to begin their forbidding five-year-long rule.
Overnight, a place at university or a job were out of the question for the 18-year-old. Girls’ education and women’s employment were banned. She could not leave the house without a burka and chaperone.