U.N. Rights Chief Urges States to Repatriate Families of IS Fighters


MHz
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http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...of-is-fighters


U.N. Rights Chief Urges States to Repatriate Families of IS Fighters

The U.N. rights chief called Monday for countries to repatriate family members of suspected foreign fighters in Syria, including some 29,000 foreign children of Islamic State group jihadists.
The situation of foreign fighters and their families topped a long line of concerns listed by Michelle Bachelet in her opening address to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva, which also included the tensions wracking Sudan.
She insisted that countries must take responsibility for their nationals caught up in Syria's drawn-out war.
Following the collapse of IS' self-proclaimed caliphate, foreigners from nearly 50 countries have been detained in Syria and Iraq, and more than 11,000 of their family members are being held in Syria's al-Hol camp "in deeply sub-standard conditions", Bachelet said.
Several governments are grappling with the problem of what to do with captured jihadist fighters from their country, the women who married them and their children.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said there should be no doubt.
"Foreign family members should be repatriated, unless they are to be prosecuted for crimes in accordance with international standards," she said.
"Children, in particular, have suffered grievous violations of their rights, including those who may have been indoctrinated or recruited by ISIL to perpetrate violent acts," she said, using another acronym for IS.
"The primary consideration must be their rehabilitation, protection and best interests."
The U.N. rights chief pointed to UNICEF estimates that there are some 29,000 children of foreign fighters in Syria -- 20,000 of them from Iraq -- and most of them under 12.
- 'Irresponsible cruelty' -
Many of the children were born in Syria, and some governments have refused to grant them their parent's nationality.
"Despite the complexity of these challenges, rendering people stateless is never an acceptable option," Bachelet said.
"Thousands of young children have been born to foreign families during the years of conflict, and states should provide the same access to nationality for children born to their nationals in conflict zones as is otherwise applicable," she said.
"To inflict statelessness on children who have already suffered so much is an act of irresponsible cruelty," she insisted.
Bachelet also stressed that countries were responsible for their citizens facing prosecution for being foreign fighters in Syria, as well as in Iraq, where more than 150 have been sentenced to death under anti-terrorism laws.
"States have important responsibilities for their own nationals," she said.
"If citizens are suspected of committing serious crimes in another country, or detained on any grounds, the state of origin should make all efforts to ensure that they will be treated in accordance with international law."
- Sudan request -
Bachelet also voiced deep concern over Sudan, which has been wracked by tensions between protest leaders and the generals who seized power after the army ousted long-time president Omar al-Bashir in April.
Bachelet cited reports that more than 100 people were killed and many more injured in a bloody breakup of a peaceful rally on June 3.
"We have received allegations of rape and sexual abuse of both women and men during the crackdown, as well as information alleging that hundreds of protestors may be missing," she said.
"I regret that the government has not responded to our request for access to investigate allegations of serious human rights violations by the joint security forces during the crackdown," she added.
Bachelet also called for Sudan to end a nationwide internet blockade.


The UN is the Rothschild entity that tells the world what will happen and what will not happen. This is telling all the NATO countries to take in ISIS members as leaving them in Syria will see them becime witnesses at war crimes charges that were done in helping with the Rothschild war against Syria and Iran, and many more.
 
Blackleaf
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#2
We'll take them in only if Michelle takes some in her own home.

As for the UN, it's not fit for purpose. Britain would do well to leave it.
 
MHz
#3
Britain should just be made a prison and chum the water around it until the problem has been solved.

BTW the Jewish bankers have owned the UK lock stock and barrel since 1815. I can see why you hide that as much as you can. It isn't working either, like all the things 'you' have tried.
 
B00Mer
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#4
They need to kill every last one of them..

Do unto them as they did to the locals, raping, burning people alive, slit their throats. They are animals, their supporters are animals.. just kill them all like rabid dogs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH3PzS-sB3M

Seriously, Canada, UK, USA should bring them back and prosecute them.. toss them in jail.
 
MHz
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

They need to kill every last one of them..

Do unto them as they did to the locals, raping, burning people alive, slit their throats. They are animals, their supporters are animals.. just kill them all like rabid dogs.

They are mindless fuks and you solution is to be even crazier than they are. Real good solution if you are a psychopath clear through.
 
Curious Cdn
#6
We should let them re-build their glorious Calphate up near Grise Fjord.
 
Danbones
#7
Surely you mean Jokeville?
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

They need to kill every last one of them..
Do unto them as they did to the locals, raping, burning people alive, slit their throats. They are animals, their supporters are animals.. just kill them all like rabid dogs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH3PzS-sB3M
Seriously, Canada, UK, USA should bring them back and prosecute them.. toss them in jail.

Better to leave them were they are. Right now they don't cost the long suffering Canadian taxpayer anything.
We should also think seriously about leaving the UN or removing the lunitics from positions of power there.
 
MHz
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Better to leave them were they are. Right now they don't cost the long suffering Canadian taxpayer anything.
We should also think seriously about leaving the UN or removing the lunitics from positions of power there.

Sure it does, why do you thing our defense budget is so high?? (when we haven't been at war with anybody since Korea)

That would be the entire Rothschild family and 30M of their closest friends.

BTW it is that same UN that could show the world that Canada loves to do illegal medical experiments on it's own people. Who will take the sword for that one, the banksters or their Canadian minions.
 
B00Mer
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#10
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Better to leave them were they are. Right now they don't cost the long suffering Canadian taxpayer anything.
We should also think seriously about leaving the UN or removing the lunitics from positions of power there.

So just drop a strategic nuke and turn the place to glass..

First we send MHz and the likes of him in Canada and the USA over there too..

Anyone suspecting Danbones and MHz are the same poster, both unhinged retards
 
Twin_Moose
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#11  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Better to leave them were they are. Right now they don't cost the long suffering Canadian taxpayer anything.
We should also think seriously about leaving the UN or removing the lunitics from positions of power there.

Perfect example of the lunatics running the asylum
 
petros
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#12
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

They need to kill every last one of them..
Do unto them as they did to the locals, raping, burning people alive, slit their throats. They are animals, their supporters are animals.. just kill them all like rabid dogs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH3PzS-sB3M
Seriously, Canada, UK, USA should bring them back and prosecute them.. toss them in jail.

An army on meth. Be glad meth heads here are to f-cked to organize.
 
Hoid
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This is hilarious given the way the USA had to beg the world (unsuccessfully) to repatriate the GitBay prisoners.
 
petros
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People even far Right Muzzies didn't want either. What's your point?
 
Serryah
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post


http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...of-is-fighters


U.N. Rights Chief Urges States to Repatriate Families of IS Fighters

The U.N. rights chief called Monday for countries to repatriate family members of suspected foreign fighters in Syria, including some 29,000 foreign children of Islamic State group jihadists.
The situation of foreign fighters and their families topped a long line of concerns listed by Michelle Bachelet in her opening address to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva, which also included the tensions wracking Sudan.
She insisted that countries must take responsibility for their nationals caught up in Syria's drawn-out war.
Following the collapse of IS' self-proclaimed caliphate, foreigners from nearly 50 countries have been detained in Syria and Iraq, and more than 11,000 of their family members are being held in Syria's al-Hol camp "in deeply sub-standard conditions", Bachelet said.
Several governments are grappling with the problem of what to do with captured jihadist fighters from their country, the women who married them and their children.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said there should be no doubt.
"Foreign family members should be repatriated, unless they are to be prosecuted for crimes in accordance with international standards," she said.
"Children, in particular, have suffered grievous violations of their rights, including those who may have been indoctrinated or recruited by ISIL to perpetrate violent acts," she said, using another acronym for IS.
"The primary consideration must be their rehabilitation, protection and best interests."
The U.N. rights chief pointed to UNICEF estimates that there are some 29,000 children of foreign fighters in Syria -- 20,000 of them from Iraq -- and most of them under 12.
- 'Irresponsible cruelty' -
Many of the children were born in Syria, and some governments have refused to grant them their parent's nationality.
"Despite the complexity of these challenges, rendering people stateless is never an acceptable option," Bachelet said.
"Thousands of young children have been born to foreign families during the years of conflict, and states should provide the same access to nationality for children born to their nationals in conflict zones as is otherwise applicable," she said.
"To inflict statelessness on children who have already suffered so much is an act of irresponsible cruelty," she insisted.
Bachelet also stressed that countries were responsible for their citizens facing prosecution for being foreign fighters in Syria, as well as in Iraq, where more than 150 have been sentenced to death under anti-terrorism laws.
"States have important responsibilities for their own nationals," she said.
"If citizens are suspected of committing serious crimes in another country, or detained on any grounds, the state of origin should make all efforts to ensure that they will be treated in accordance with international law."
- Sudan request -
Bachelet also voiced deep concern over Sudan, which has been wracked by tensions between protest leaders and the generals who seized power after the army ousted long-time president Omar al-Bashir in April.
Bachelet cited reports that more than 100 people were killed and many more injured in a bloody breakup of a peaceful rally on June 3.
"We have received allegations of rape and sexual abuse of both women and men during the crackdown, as well as information alleging that hundreds of protestors may be missing," she said.
"I regret that the government has not responded to our request for access to investigate allegations of serious human rights violations by the joint security forces during the crackdown," she added.
Bachelet also called for Sudan to end a nationwide internet blockade.


The UN is the Rothschild entity that tells the world what will happen and what will not happen. This is telling all the NATO countries to take in ISIS members as leaving them in Syria will see them becime witnesses at war crimes charges that were done in helping with the Rothschild war against Syria and Iran, and many more.


In the end, it's not the adults I worry about, but the kids.


How many will be pushed to believe "The world doesn't care, see, we proved it, we're right, it needs to change, we need to rule", which is the mantra of ISIL?


Are we seeing the birth of the next generation of Terrorists, because we left these kids in a shytehole? Sure, their parents are terrorists or supporters of, and deserve to be treated as such, but the kids...


Yeah, I know, "What about the children". Only in this case, it should be a worry.

And no, murdering/slaughtering them to make an 'easy solution' is NOT a solution at all.
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

This is hilarious given the way the USA had to beg the world (unsuccessfully) to repatriate the GitBay prisoners.

Awwwww did you see the word "States" in the title and stupidly assume it meant the US specifically and not nations in general?
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by Serryah View Post

In the end, it's not the adults I worry about, but the kids.
How many will be pushed to believe "The world doesn't care, see, we proved it, we're right, it needs to change, we need to rule", which is the mantra of ISIL?
Are we seeing the birth of the next generation of Terrorists, because we left these kids in a shytehole? Sure, their parents are terrorists or supporters of, and deserve to be treated as such, but the kids...
Yeah, I know, "What about the children". Only in this case, it should be a worry.
And no, murdering/slaughtering them to make an 'easy solution' is NOT a solution at all.

Red Crescent will take care of the orphans and displaced kids.
 
MHz
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

So just drop a strategic nuke and turn the place to glass..

First we send MHz and the likes of him in Canada and the USA over there too..

Anyone suspecting Danbones and MHz are the same poster, both unhinged retards

What a fukking psychopath. You have my address you gutless wonder.
 
MHz
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Red Crescent will take care of the orphans and displaced kids.

In reality of you kill them as kids that saves you the trouble of killing them later. That is Bloomer's reasoning for cheering on the killing of children in Gaza. I say it is collective punishment as it is the families of Hamas leaders that are always targeted.
In typical psychopathic form you don't see that not creating orphans in the first place is the sane solution.
 
B00Mer
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#20
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

What a fukking psychopath. You have my address you gutless wonder.

So does the RCMP and local police. They love keeping tabs on Islamic symathizers and racists lunitics like you.