Last Updated: December 04, 2023, 13:01 IST
London, United Kingdom (UK)
They lived in a camp in northeastern Syria after ISIS fell in 2019; now, they’re being brought back.A child is held by a woman inside a shop in al-Hol camp, Syria, January 8, 2020. (Reuters File Photo)
Children of British ISIS members returned to the UK, put up for adoption. At least 10 repatriated from Syria. Concerns raised about their well-being
British women who joined the ISIS terror group are actively repatriating their children to the United Kingdom for adoption, according to a British media report. These women and their besieged children, for years, had been living in an internally displaced people camp in northeastern Syria, following the 2019 fall of the Islamic State group.
Their fathers have either been jailed or killed while fighting overseas. At least ten children have reportedly been repatriated from detention camps in Syria, primarily orphans of unaccompanied minors, Daily Mail reported. Among them are…