Local media conglomerate Lännen Media (LM), Jonna Vanhanen said senior social worker Jonna Vanhanen
of ISIS returnees is now low, more children may appear as the caliphate crumbles. More than 80 people, including 30 children, traveled from Finland to conflict areas in Syria and Iraq, according to the Finnish Security Police (SUPO).
Internal Ministry Officials Tarja Mankkinen told LM that municipalities should fix rehabilitation returns, especially for children exposed to extraordinary violence.
There is no free pass
of an international court in the Middle East to test those who fought the terrorist group Isis. All the Nordic countries are returning to such a move.
Matti Tolvanen, a professor of criminal law at the University of Eastern Finland, told Yle that he believed that Finland could not possibly complete former ISIS fighters on terrorist charges due to
Finland's Ministry of Interior, Kai Mykkänen states that while Finland does not prevent the return of nationals who leave the country to fight against ISIS, leave it either.
This month CNN and other news were reported to a woman in a camp in the east of Syria claiming to be a Finn named Sanna. He said he was in the territory of Isis with his wife and he had many children and wanted to return to Finland.
Mykkänen said Finland did not intend to help Sanna or her children return to Finland.
"We have no intention of arranging any return trip for those who participated in the fight for Isis," Mykkänen said.