Denmark’s Obsequious Treatment of Returning ISIS Fighters

Moonbat Euroweenies are once again trying a “soft-handed approach” to Islam. The Islamic State hasn’t finished filling the power vacuum Obama created by prematurely withdrawing US forces from Iraq, but already homegrown Islamists from welfare-financed immigrant communities are returning from the battlefields more radicalized than ever and possessing new skills that can be applied to terrorism. You would think they would be prevented from reentering European countries, or locked up for treason. But in Denmark, #1 European producer of ISIS fighters per capita,

not one returned fighter has been locked up. Instead, taking the view that discrimination at home is as criminal as Islamic State recruiting, officials here are providing free psychological counseling while finding returnees jobs and spots in schools and universities. Officials credit a new effort to reach out to a radical mosque with stanching the flow of recruits.

If the flow is diminishing, it is probably because those who want to go fight for ISIS have already done it by now, not because liberals are bending extra low to nuzzle Muslims’ hindquarters.

Some progressives say Aarhus should become a model for other communities in the United States and Europe that are trying to cope with the question of what to do when the jihad generation comes back to town.

Here’s an alternative answer to the question:

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Obama’s coalition against ISIS is mostly a sham, but Denmark has joined it, technically putting it on the side of Western Civilization. Even if they are the offspring of Muslim immigrants, Danish citizens have committed treason if they fight for the Islamic State. Granting them special jobs and university slots isn’t just foolish and wrong; it is insane.

Where Islam finds weakness, it will expand. Danes are advised to learn to like the sound of bombs going off in crowded public places.

Denmark rewards participants.

On a tip from Dean D. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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