20 British children taken into state care over parents ISIS links
As many as 20 children, including a one-year-old boy, have been taken into state care in the UK over their parents alleged links with the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist network, a media report said today (25). The children were placed in foster care or with relatives and in some cases reunited with their families only on condition that the parents wear an electronic tag to deter them from fleeing to Syria, The Sunday Times reported. The newspapers investigation focuses on British youngsters who have been exposed to extremism by their families. It analysed hundreds of pages of transcripts from nearly…
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