After it became known that Sweden prepares to gently welcome back terrorists who have left the country to fight for ISIS or other jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq, offering them jobs, housing and welfare, Swedish member of parliament, Kent Ekeroth (SD), has now put forward a proposal for the arrest of the country's jihadists as soon as they return:
Proposal for parliamentary decision.
The parliament agrees with what is stated in the motion, to detain anyone coming from terrorist controlled area, and to announce this to the government.
Magnus Norell said in Svenska Dagbladet in March 2016 that anyone who goes to the IS-controlled areas, or may have something to do with terrorist groups, should be systematically investigated and detained for a long time as soon as they return.
Norell notes that they hardly go to IS areas to look at the Palmyra ruins.
I think it's an interesting idea. The legislation should not be explicit just for the IS areas but apply to other similar organizations or terrorist-controlled areas.
Proposals must be investigated thoroughly and should not apply to those who can prove that they, for example, have been with the Kurdish YPG. As Norell pointed out, if one discovers that a person has done something in line with what we want to punish, we can have fast processes of prosecution and other measures.
This idea should be examined with an open mind to see whether, and if so, how such a legislation might look for it to be effective."
Sadly the Sweden Democrats, which is the only party that has a negative view of the large immigration in the country, will hardly get acceptance for the proposal in the parliament.
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