Friday, November 15, 2019
One day after Turkey has deported a family of seven to Germany, two wives of IS fighters are to follow. They were trapped in Syria. Could they be a danger in their old homeland?
Two wives of fighters of the terrorist militia Islamic State (IS) are to be deported today from Turkey to Germany. According to information from the German Press Agency, this is a woman born in 1998 who managed to escape from the Kurdish-guarded Al-Hol prison camp in Syria. She was last held in deportation custody in the Turkish city of Gaziantep. According to previous planning also a native Hanoverian is to be put on the plane, which had managed to separate itself from the Syrian prisoner camp Ain Issa in the direction of Turkey. One of the women, who returns on Friday, has long been a case of the deradicalization counseling center Hayat, told head Claudia Dantschke on request. The organization advises, for example, on people whose members are radicalized Islamist, but also claims to work directly with people "who want to break with militant jihadism and leave violent groups." Turkey had ordered the deportation of several German suspected ISIS members. Trailer announced this week. On Thursday, a seven-member German-Iraqi family had already been deported. She landed at the Berlin Tegel airport and is attributed to the Salafist milieu in Hildesheim. The Turkish Ministry of the Interior described them as "foreign terrorist fighters". Arrest warrants for Islamist activities are not available against family members in Germany. However threatens the father possibly because of other criminal machinations prosecution. After landing, the family should meet according to information from security circles representatives of several authorities and also be interviewed. How it goes on after that was initially open. The Federal Police wanted to carry out immigration checks and check whether the family has valid papers. Turkey invaded northern Syria in early October and is acting against the Kurdish militia YPG. The YPG-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) still guard thousands of ISIS prisoners in northern Syria. According to pro-Kurdish media activists, despite the Turkish invasion, the SDF still has control over all IS detention centers, with the exception of Ain Issa. The Turkish side also expressed an interest in a swift deportation of two German converts this week IS should have connected. A specific date for the return of the two women, a girl from Hamburg with two children and a woman with three children from Rhineland-Palatinate, there is, according to dpa information so far not. Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu had called on the homelands of alleged IS supporters on Wednesday to take back their citizens. Russia had made it clear on Thursday that it wants to record no Russian IS supporters from Turkey without prior review.