irc wrote:Nope. Searched my memory but the 15 year old me wasn't even thinking about traveling to a far off country to join a terrorist organisation.
Nor me,but then I didn't have a strict religious or extremist upbringing.
If this woman arrives at Calais or persuades an airline to carry her to the UK then as a UK citizen we'll probably have let her in (and maybe prosecute her). I don't see any requirement to go to Syria to collect her. She got herself there, getting back is her problem.
IMO no one's life should be put at risk to ensure her return,that said there's the possibility that this young woman's experiences could be an asset in the fight against such terrorists groups should she be willing to reject their extreme view of the world,and her unborn child has committed no crime.
landsurfer wrote: ... the 15 year old me was living in a terrorist war ... and still didn't think about joining any of the local terrorist organisations. Could have walked out the front door and joined them, never mind flying to Syria .... Leave her .....
You had more sense and I'm guessing guiding figures in your life that taught against such actions,not everyone is blessed with such an upbringing,in fact some are taught the exact opposite from a very young age,otherwise there's be no terrorists,but it doesn't mean such people are beyond redemption.