The French government has announced that to would intervene if Jihadis were going to receive the death penalty abroad.
Nicole Belloubet, the Minister of Justice said: “the French state would intervene, negotiating with the state in question”.
She added: “it would be a case-by-case treatment”.
Her comments come as a French woman is currently waiting to be tried in Iraq, leading some to question what the government’s response would be.
“Le Monde quotes her as saying: “France would intervene by negotiating with the State,” arguing that she feels committed to fair trials as Minister of Justice.
“Syria is a bit more complicated,” she explained, “because the state is not recognized as such, and of course it is a case-by-case treatment that has to be carried out.””
It’s shocking that western governments feel so strongly about protecting the lives of Jihadis who wish to kill thousands.
However, Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly has recently said that: “If jihadists perish in these fights, I would say that it’s good, and if they fall into the hands of Syrian forces, they will depend on Syrian jurisdiction,”
“These jihadists have never had any qualms about what they’re doing, and I don’t see why we should have any for them,”
The International Federation of Human Rights said: “No matter how grave and horrific the acts, if a European citizen risks the death penalty, we must demand that the state holding him guarantee it won’t be carried out, or transfer him to his country of origin for trial,”
REVEALED: Great Britain home to 23,000 jihadists
Intelligence officers have accumulated up to 23,000 people who are potential terrorists currently living in the United Kingdom
Intelligence officers have identified 23,000 jihadist extremists living in Britain as potential terrorist attackers, it has emerged.
It was previously believed ‘only’ 3,000 jihadis were living in the United Kingdom.
Meanwhile, police investigating the lethal concert bombing in Manchester have made two more arrests, and the official terror threat warning has been reduced.
Mrs May announced following Monday’s attacks that the UK will raise it’s threat level to critical.
She said: “A significant amount of police action has taken place over the last 24 hours and there are now 11 suspects in custody,” Ms May said in a statement.
“In the light of the developments, the independent joint terrorism analysis centre has this morning taken the decision to reduce the threat level from critical to severe.”
It is simply unacceptable that so many potential terrorists are firstly not detained and in jail, but even worse allowed to walk the streets with the people they wish to kill.
Nigel Farage said: “UK authorities have identified 23,000 potential jihadist extremists. The problem is much worse than we first thought.”
UK authorities have identified 23,000 potential jihadist extremists. The problem is much worse than we first thought. pic.twitter.com/Qu2Ap210kl
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) May 26, 2017
I propose all suspected or known Jihadis who are involved or suspected to be involved in terrorist-related activities or know people who are but are reluctant to report this to the authorities should be arrested, detained, deported (if applicable) and put in jail.
Over 200,000 people have signed a petition calling on the government to ‘imprison or deport’ those on the terrorist watch list before the commit any barbaric attacks, similar to the events which took place on Monday night.