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It's madness that European countries have allowed Syrian fighters back into Europe Watch

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    Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't it well known that hundreds of Syrian fighters have been allowed back into Europe to resume their lives without prosecution or any restrictions?
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    I'm sorry, what are we meant to do? Control our borders? Wtf? Are you racist?

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    It is ridiculous. I agree we should let them back, but i also think they should be taken straight from the airport to a facility where they can be used as a source of information.
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    (Original post by Lady Comstock)
    Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't it well known that hundreds of Syrian fighters have been allowed back into Europe to resume their lives without prosecution or any restrictions?
    People make mistakes. Why should they be punished for a mistake? Did you ever consider they want to comeback to rebuild their lives or are you just hating them as they are Muslim? You need on assess yourself before you judge anyone else
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    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    Well then stop bombing Syria with airstrikes?
    How would that help?
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    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    A lot
    I asked how, not by how much.
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    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    A lot
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    (Original post by Lady Comstock)
    Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't it well known that hundreds of Syrian fighters have been allowed back into Europe to resume their lives without prosecution or any restrictions?
    At least 400 from EU states alone, but don't worry, the geniuses at the EU will keep us all safe!...oh wait.....
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    (Original post by Farm_Ecology)
    I asked how, not by how much.
    Altough Syria was an extremely stable country, but apperantly the West did not like the fact that an Arab country is progressing, So it was Syria´s turn after Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and Libiya. So the US alongside UK started funding the FSA, ISIS and Al Nusra in Syria in order to to get rid of Bashar Al Assad. Great story. And now a war has started, and the UK is only accepting 50K refugees. Ridicilous. You cause wars but never take any responsibility. The US proudly funded the Taliban in Afghanistan, and they have taken up zero accountability. It just makes my blood boil.

    Anyway, to your real q. Less airstrikes mean less homes destroyed. Less homes destroyed so less homeless people wanting to migrate to Europe to improve their miserable lives.
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    (Original post by Shia Kafir)
    :qed:


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    what does qed mean
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    (Original post by Shia Kafir)
    :qed:


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    How, not how much @sadiqua. Airstrikes have significantly weakened IS.
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    (Original post by Tamil Tiger)
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    How, not how much @sadiqua. Airstrikes have significantly weakened IS.
    It just gets better and better... :moon:


    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    what does qed mean
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    (Original post by Tamil Tiger)
    :rofl:

    How, not how much @sadiqua. Airstrikes have significantly weakened IS.
    ..and killed dozen of innocent people. But who cares ..right ?
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    Hezbollah has weakened ISIS. They are true fighters

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    Actually in this country they get tried for terrorism.

    There is an argument that locking them all up is questionable policy becayse many of those who return are good propaganda for being able to explain to others why they got disillusioned with the fighting and why its not as ISIS portray. They are an effective tool against radicalism.
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    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    ..and killed dozen of innocent people. But who cares ..right ?
    RAF air-strikes have resulted in 0 civilian causalities


    Air-strikes save lives, how would you have saved the Yazidis on Mount Sinjar, fleeing genocide?
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    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    ..and killed dozen of innocent people. But who cares ..right ?
    Less innocents will be killed by airstrikes than would've been by IS if there were none.
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    (Original post by Sadiqua)
    Altough Syria was an extremely stable country, but apperantly the West did not like the fact that an Arab country is progressing, So it was Syria´s turn after Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and Libya.
    What happened in Iran?

    So the US alongside UK started funding the FSA, ISIS and Al Nusra in Syria in order to to get rid of Bashar Al Assad. Great story. And now a war has started, and the UK is only accepting 50K refugees. Ridicilous. You cause wars but never take any responsibility. The US proudly funded the Taliban in Afghanistan, and they have taken up zero accountability. It just makes my blood boil.
    Your history needs some serious work.


    The UK is accepting 20,000 refugees, you couldn't even get that right ffs.
 
 
 
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