Why is Labor pushing for foreign fighters & their jihadi brides to be rescued from Syrian camps and prisons?

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Rita Panahi: Labor’s Jihadi policy is totally bizarre

Who exactly are Labor appealing to by pushing for foreign fighters and their jihadi brides to be rescued from Syrian camps and prisons?

The Australian women in these camps are not innocent victims. They chose to leave the safety of Australia to travel to the caliphate to pledge allegiance to a bloodthirsty group of savages who enslaved and slaughtered thousands

Scott Morrison must have fallen out of the lucky tree and hit every branch on the way down. With each passing day it is becoming abundantly clear that Labor has learnt nothing from losing the unlosable election. The party is in disarray with deep divisions among MPs on key issues including the environment, economic policies and border protection.

Anthony Albanese has a Malcolm-esque tin ear that sees him pander to the Twitter demographic of Leftist activists rather than mainstream Australia.

Shadow home affairs minister Kristina Keneally has advocated for a series of bizarre policies that are unpopular with the electorate including the bulk of Labor voters.

Shadow Home Affairs Minister Kristina Keneally.
Shadow Home Affairs Minister Kristina Keneally.

Who exactly are Labor appealing to by pushing for foreign fighters and their jihadi brides to be rescued from Syrian camps and prisons?

Keneally claims that Australia has a moral duty to bring home hardened criminals who chose to travel to a war zone to join a terrorist group.

Labor has gone from advocating for the return of children and jihadi brides, an already unpopular position, to now asking for Morrison and Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to repatriate foreign fighters; the subhuman head-chopping rapists and torturers who terrorised the Yazidis and other “infidels”.

There is sympathy for the innocent children caught up in the terrorist activities of their parents but for Labor to push for their traitorous parents’ return is foolhardy in the extreme.

Indeed, many people are against the children returning let alone their radicalised mothers and fathers. The moment a citizen joins a terrorist group waging war against Australian and her interests they give up the right to call themselves Australians.

The Australian women in these camps are not innocent victims. They chose to leave the safety of Australia to travel to the caliphate to pledge allegiance to a bloodthirsty group of savages who enslaved and slaughtered thousands in the region and inspired terrorist activities far and wide including in Australia.

They were complicit in enforcing Islamic State’s cruel laws and there is extensive evidence that they were active participants in the group’s activities including recruiting foreign fighters and brides.

Let’s not forget Islamic State was not shy about its brutality. The group was in the habit of recording the gruesome torture and murder of ‘unbelievers” and using it as a recruiting tool to attract foreign fighters. Those Australians who saw that depravity and chose to turn their back on their country and join a genocidal terror group cannot now plead for forgiveness and assistance because the caliphate fell.

What madness is inspiring Keneally to promote the interests of these people is not only beyond me but also beyond a number of her colleagues mystified by the party’s stance on an issue where they are weak and compromised.

Every day issues of national security are raised is a good day for the Coalition, a fact that seems to escape the ever-present Keneally who never misses a media opportunity.

On Sunday she called for the government to repatriate foreign fighters and their families claiming that they were a bigger danger if left in Syria.

“While there is a risk to bringing these people back, there is also a risk to not bringing them back”, Keneally said. “Australians would expect the government to be making the right decisions, both in terms of our national security and morally. While there are risks, we do have legislative tools in place to protect our national security and there is a significant risk, both to the region, the world and indeed to Australia if foreign fighters are left there in Syria.

“I know, from having met with the families of some of these women and children, that they have been concerned for some time that the window of opportunity to extract these people has been narrowing and will at one point close.”

Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton.
Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton.

Dutton has rebuked his Labor counterpart for her “dangerous” policies and stressed that the Coalition is more interested in protecting the interests of Australians. “We don’t want people coming back having the skills in bomb-making and terrorist activity to commit an atrocity in our country,” Mr Dutton said. “In the end, my job is to protect Australian children and Australian women and families.”

There are no easy answers to this unholy mess. The innocent children caught up in their parents’ criminality deserve our sympathy and I would argue our help.

There are many who argue that thousands of children in the world are in similar positions and Australia has no responsibility to any of them but if you are a child with citizenships rights then you are entitled to Australia’s help.

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One imperfect solution that Australians may reluctantly support would be the evacuation of children of Islamic State fighters who are under a certain age, perhaps 10.

They would return without their parents to be placed with families desperate to adopt. They cannot be placed with their grandparents who have already raised a generation of treasonous terrorists. The kids deserve our sympathy and assistance, the parents deserve a special place in hell.

Their kids, not our kids. 

They deserve nothing. Nothing at all.

These parents & their brood should be put to death. That, and only that brings closure.

Rita Panahi is a Herald Sun columnist

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