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Have you followed any of this?Guest wrote:But I see no reason why the government (and, by extension, the UK population) should pay for that.
If friends and family want to have a whip round and pay for a ticket to bring her home then let them. If they care for her so much then I'm sure they can find the money. Maybe even a GoFundMe campaign! If that's what they want to do, and if others want to contribute, then fair play.
But given her decision to go out there, and given the determination she would have to have shown to do that journey, and given her lack of remorse, and given her relative safety, I see no reason why the government should bring her back.
Earlier in the week lots of schoolchildren went on strike over the environment and everyone said how we should listen to them. We seemed to have no problem listening to, and accepting, the opinions of children then, and equally I accept the thoughts and decisions of a 15 year old Shamima when she decided she wanted to join IS. Let's take her for her convictions, we otherwise seemed to have no difficulty accepting the convictions of children.
And yes - I also agree it was wrong to take away her citizenship.
Sajiid Javid wrote:"The Saj will deal with this one"
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