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Should ISIS fighters be allowed to return home?
Those who fight for ISIS should be denied reentry by their home countries.
Extending leniency towards members of ISIS would undermine efforts to fight ISIS and other terror groups overseas.
Public opinion is strongly against allowing foreign fighters to return.
Allowing foreign fighters to return home could be a potential threat to national security.
Governments lack effective strategies for dealing with returning fighters.
ISIS supporters should be tried and convicted in the countries where they committed their crimes.
People who have committed crimes as part of a terrorist organisation such as ISIS have chosen to forfeit their rights as citizens who enjoy protection by their state of origin.
There should be a chance for repentance, rehabilitation and reintegration for those who made the mistake of joining ISIS and regretted it.
By denying ISIS fighters reentry we create problems for countries of their current residence. They might be even worse equipped to handle them, which means a greater danger for all.
Denying foreign fighters reentry could put their lives at risk.
Allowing former ISIS fighters re-entry could help to weaken the organisation.
By denying ISIS fighters reentry, we set a precedent to allow the government to decide to deny other individuals from reentry, which could have many negative impacts depending on the integrity of the government.
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