If the UK gives licence to violate international law with impunity, how does that reflect our promotion of human rights?
Searching the war-ravaged country for Western hostages, Isis prisoners and jihadi brides.
There is no need for “new” evidence. There is simply evidence that none of the former Tory Home Secretaries saw a pressing urge to act upon.
Begum is just one of hundreds of foreigners from 40 different countries being detained by the Syrian Democratic Forces. No one is rushing to bring their citizens home.
IS has been reduced to a small encampment in Baghouz – a tent city where hundreds of fighters and 2,000 civilians, surrounded on all sides, wait for the inevitable end.
There is a moral case for repatriating minors taken to Syria by their parents or born there to British migrants.
Forty years ago, Ayatollah Khomeini returned from exile to overthrow Iran’s corrupt monarchy. The revolt radicalised the region and inspired Muslims across the globe.
“If America really want to fight terror, they should fight the Turkish regime, which comes with jets and bombs civilians.”
The Assad regime has long claimed its aim is to “fight and crush terrorism”, so the idea that it aided and abetted Isis fighters may seem shocking.
The plight of a Saudi Arabian woman detained while attempting to flee domestic abuse could have ended very differently.
“I have not celebrated Christmas last year, nor the year before, nor the one before it. I still feel a stranger in Poland.”