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Should Women Who Joined ISIS Be Allowed Back to the West?
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RE: Should Women Who Joined ISIS Be Allowed Back to the West?
As noted above the UK home office have stripped her citizenship, owing to them believing she has dual nationality with Bangladesh.

She has been interviewed again, and says:

Quote:She said she may explore a potential citizenship route through her Dutch husband.

"Another option I might try with my family is my husband is from Holland and he has family in Holland.

Bangladesh claim she is not, but appears their law means she is a de-facto citizen of theirs. Bangladesh have a long history of not playing ball when it comes to taking back their fake refugees and criminals, so let their medicine be taking this thick shit.

Interesting that she has turned her nose up at the prospect of going to Bangladesh and instead is clawing at getting into The Netherlands. What kind of bigot would suggest not all culture are equal?
02-20-2019 02:02 PM
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