She was right. Weeks, months passed. And in this environment of electoral tension, the executive has actually chosen to push this subtle question …
She was right. Weeks, months passed. And in this environment of electoral tension, the executive actually chose to put the subtle question of the repatriation of 200 children of French jihadists living in this open prison without drinking water under the carpet.
In 2021, 97 European women and children returned to their home countries, with only seven French children. And since January 2021, no more repatriation operations have been carried out by Paris.
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“We’re at the same point,” frustrated Albert, who still couldn’t hold his grandson in his arms. He works with one minute of voicemail every week. Photos and videos are prohibited. “The Kurdish authorities provided the mothers with a telephone. Sometimes you have to wait for hours under the scorching sun or in the freezing cold. Once in the office, the presence of the guards conveys the necessary message: the state of their health, the request for money. A
The questions of this grandfather that fly in one minute and one second are innumerable. “How is she? I don’t really know. I feel abandoned. I wonder if she still has hope. All her Belgian and German girlfriends have been sent back to their country.
Life behind the barbed wire
His grandson – nicknamed “Pt’i Mo” – grew up in this precarious camp. At the age of three and a half, he only knew this dusty daily life behind the barbed wire. This nausea due to extreme living conditions, winter and summer and nearby oil wells. Several tents in the Rose camp caught fire in early June.
“There, for three months it was 40 degrees, and the water supply was very complicated,” Breton, the pensioner, insisted. Fortunately, NGOs offer a few hours of school activities per week, but this is the minimum. We didn’t even have the right to send them a manual in French. A
On May 23, six associations and NGOs launched a new joint appeal for the joint repatriation of children and their mothers, recalling that the latter were “subject to French criminal judicial information and an international arrest warrant. Issued by a French anti-terrorism judge.” “Trials will be held in front of the Special Auxiliary Court and these women will be tried for joining the terrorist organization Daesh,” the signing agencies note.
Albert calls his daughter “Lucid” about what the French Terma is waiting for him, in return. “She wants to ensure her child’s future,” he said.
“We will not be the only European country that will not repatriate them! A
Quai d’Orsay did not respond to our requests in this regard. Nothing but Ellis, who returns the ball … to Kwai D’Ors. In February 2022, then-Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian stated that France had a “case-by-case” return policy for these children and considered that adults should be tried on the spot.
The minimum contact that gives M jumpe Marie Dosi, a lawyer for the United Family Collective, is tired of her stern interview with the French authorities. “Enough is enough, they have to go back. Some children are in their fourth, even their fifth summer, living in inhumane conditions. We are not going to be the only European country not to repatriate them! France was condemned last February for violating the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. Even organizations of victims of terrorism support us (13onze15 and Fenvac, editor’s note). A