Turkey’s Deportations former ISIS Militants

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Turkey’s Deportations former ISIS Militants

Turkey’s Deportations former ISIS Militants |Former ISIS members have been deported to France, Turkey. The Turkish Interior Ministry says 11 people have been sent to France as part of a plan to deport foreign terrorists linked to ISIS in the past. According to a foreign news agency Reuters, the Turkish Interior Ministry announced the sending of 11 people to France but did not elaborate further. According to the report, the French Foreign Ministry also declined to comment, but diplomatic sources said the 11 men included 4 women and seven children. Turkey announced last month that it would repatriate foreign-linked terrorists linked to ISIS, who was detained here, in the wake of differences with NATO.

Ankara accused European countries of slowing down the withdrawal of their citizens fighting in the Middle East. Turkey’s Interior Minister Suleiman Solo said in a statement last month that Turkey would send detainees to their respective countries, which have been linked to ISIS, by the end of this year. He told the media on November 11 that a terrorist belonging to the United States has been deported, while another seven German terrorists will also be deported and 15 more persons will be deported on November 15. was done. According to the report, the governments of European countries are facing difficulty in dealing with the suspects because of Turkey’s decision as most of them have practical experience fighting on the battlefield.

It is remembered that there was an agreement between Turkey and France five years ago that France would withdraw all its citizens who were arrested by Turkish authorities. According to French authorities, Turkey has still deported about 300 French citizens since the signing of the agreement. France’s Center for Analysis of Terrorism says recently deportees include Amandine Le Coz, who married a Moroccan terrorist but was killed in Syria. She said the woman joined ISIS in 2014 with her husband. Talking about the details of those deported to Turkey, the French center said another 25-year-old Frenchwoman was identified as Toby Gondal, who lived in Britain before joining ISIS in 2015 and He also trained many women. According to the report, Toby Gondal has been banned from entering the UK. The French Foreign Ministry and the Interior Ministry did not disclose any statements regarding the deport persons and declined to speak.