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Government expects return of over 100 children from jihad areas | News

Monday, January 8th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Berlin (Reuters) – Security authorities reckon with the return of more than 100 children to Germany, whose Islamist parents had emigrated to the jihad areas of Iraq and Syria. The Federal Government has information, "which can be expected a low three-digit number of minors, with the majority of babies or toddlers should be," wrote the Federal Ministry of Interior in response to a request by the Green MEP Irene Mihalic. The government can not give any concrete figures, because the data of children under the age of 14, who had emigrated with their parents, were not covered for data protection reasons. In addition, the number of children who were born in Syria or Iraq, not to quantify. The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution had already warned in October that underage returnees in Germany could grow into a new generation of IS fighters. "We see the danger that children of jihadists Islamist socialized and return accordingly indoctrinated from the war zones to Germany," warned intelligence chief Hans-Georg Maaßen. "This could also be used here, a new generation of jihadists." He recalled that three of the five attacks in Germany in 2016 were committed by minors. In addition, a twelve-year-old failed with attempts to carry out a bomb attack on the Christmas market in Ludwigshafen. According to the Federal Government, more than 960 Islamists from Germany had emigrated to Syria or Iraq until November 2017, in order to serve IS or other groups for the extremist militia fight. About a third of them had meanwhile returned to Germany. However, an intensified wave of returns could not be determined despite the military setbacks by the IS. There were indications to approximately 150 departures, according to which they had been killed in the combat areas.


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