Muslim family from UK detained in Syria claim they joined the Islamic State by accident, beg to return

They should never be allowed back in. They joined an entity that is avowedly at war with Britain and has repeatedly called upon Muslims in Britain to murder British civilians. But the British authorities are so clueless and compromised today that they will probably fall for this.

“‘HOLIDAY’ TO HELL Brit family detained in Syria claim they joined ISIS by accident while on holiday and beg to come home,” by Jon Rogers, The Sun, February 16, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

A BRITISH family detained in Syria have begged to be allowed to come home, saying they joined ISIS by accident.

Mum Safiya Zaynab, 51, and daughters Shabina Aslam, 29, and Alireza Sabar, 17, say they miss their independence.

The family from Didsbury, Manchester left the UK in 2014 and thought they were on a family holiday.

According to the family, a relative told them they were going on holiday to Turkey but from there they “ended up in Syria”.

Both daughters had children while they were living within the caliphate.

Aslam told Channel 4: “I don’t regret anything because we came on holiday, which then turned into this.

“I don’t know how, it’s never been explained to me.”

They claimed they had tried to escape but had been unsuccessful.

She added: “We all miss our life before, we miss freedom, independence, no fear.

“We want to go back to England, back to my family, I want my children to have a normal life.”

Zaynab’s husband, Sabar Aslam, who is still living in Didsbury, told The Daily Telegraph: “They left me four years ago and that’s the end of the story. She wasn’t happy with me.

“They are not brave people they are very soft people. I don’t think they would be joining something like ISIS.”

“The police have interviewed me many times. They asked me questions about them but they never said they were in Syria.

“I thought she had gone to Saudi Arabia as all the time Safiya was talking about it. I thought she went there.”…

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