Irish citizen captured fighting with ISIS

Pyewacket

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Religious conviction, devotion and fervor can change, but they aren't simply "views". These people are convinced of the literal truth of their stupid, ancient books. This is one of the main impediments to recognizing the threat; post-Christian Europe has simply no idea how to deal with people who actually believe this stuff literally.
FFS, Europe is dealing with shit heads who believe in Brexit literally.

That is far more immediate and important at this moment.
 


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Religious conviction, devotion and fervor can change, but they aren't simply "views". These people are convinced of the literal truth of their stupid, ancient books. This is one of the main impediments to recognizing the threat; post-Christian Europe has simply no idea how to deal with people who actually believe this stuff literally.
You would seriously have to question the mindset of anybody living in the west who believes that a mass murderer slave owner and paedophile could be regarded as a holy man and also the most perfect man ever to have lived on this earth. I mean just thinking of what he did and proposed for his followers to do would turn most civilised peoples stomachs.
 

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The Kurds would be doing the world a great favour if they executed her as she is as guilty as her husband was of fighting for a regime that wanted to destroy western civilisation.
 

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And will be back here for her "12-48 hrs" in prison as soon as the Turks receive the emergency travel documents that Varadkar is sending her.
Isn't it great when you burn your Irish passport, and then regret it, and then the Taoiseach sends you emergency documents and a plane ticket.

 

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Smith apparently escaped the detention camp she was in.

Both of them will be used as bargaining chips by the Turkish government.
 

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Smith apparently escaped the detention camp she was in.

And with an infamous hard core psychopath of a Takferi. So much for wanting to come home.
 

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And will be back here for her "12-48 hrs" in prison as soon as the Turks receive the emergency travel documents that Varadkar is sending her.
Isn't it great when you burn your Irish passport, and then regret it, and then the Taoiseach sends you emergency documents and a plane ticket.

i thought turkey wanted to push people south how did she manage to travel north?
 

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Smith apparently escaped the detention camp she was in.

To think the Rangers had her in sight to lift her but were ordered off and hilariously the case given to the Gardai.
 

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To think the Rangers had her in sight to lift her but were ordered off and hilariously the case given to the Gardai.
Hopefully someone else will take her out.
 

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Hopefully someone else will take her out.
She's as good as home and dry now.
Turkey organised the very successful prison break-out, just in the nick of time for them.
The Ain Issa area is now occupied by the Syrian army. If they had picked up the IS prisoners, most of them would probably be swinging from the end of a rope very soon. Remember these people are hated in Syria because of the war crimes, the atrocities, and generally what has happened to the country (near total destruction in many areas).
The foreign IS are especially hated. The town squares of Syria ran red with blood under their occupation.

As Shamima Begum said, when she went to visit her husband's office, she was completely unfazed at the bin full of human heads outside the door. That was normality for them. Lisa Smith is keeping her mouth shut about those "heady" days.

 

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better to know where she is here then to not know where she is
Who gives a $hit - as long as she is not let back in, who cares where she is - she has given her loyalties to ISIL, and still does - she is pure scum and evil.

If she manages to get back here (and the traitor Varadkar will do his utmost to facilitate her return), she should be ostracised from all decent society.

She is a clear danger to Irish citizens, possibly a little bit unhinged.
 
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Well you wanted Islam in Ireland so I hope you are happy.
Did I? News to me.

She is our problem, and more importantly so is the kid. We had a chance to capture her, bring her home and take appropriate action. Now she is back in the field.
 


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