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Two members of ISIL, known as the Beatles,  allegedly responsible for the decapitation of British and US captives, are to be turned over to the US for trial, and possible execution if found guilty.  These two Jihadis, have been disowned by HMG and are thus currently stateless, as the Islamic Caliphate no longer exists. So, fair enough.  BUT, we've now got uproar from the Human Rights Brigade at the prospect of handing them to the US and their possible execution.  The uproar comes from the usual suspects led by Dianne Abbot, but includes Tories like Dominic Grieve;  are these people from another planet ?   These two, allegedly committed inhuman acts on behalf of an inhuman regime, and now we have these liberals shouting about their human rights - unbelievable.  

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Perhaps a short sharp shock of one or both of these murderers being executed would focus the minds of their compadres to respect the human rights of their erstwhile victims. Failing that ,to avoid making martyrs out of these scrotes, let them be subjected to the full extent of an American life sentence.

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The media seems to have gone quiet about the rest of the Brit ISIS volunteers and their women and kids, who will no doubt be seeking a return to the UK.  Assuming most haven't had their minds contaminated by ISIS indoctrination (a big assumption); will they return to spread the word, continue the jihad here ?  Will they be placed under 24/7 surveillance by our security police at great expense to the tax-payer ?  Or will they receive housing and benefits, and be welcomed back by the libtard politicians into our culturally diverse utopia ?     

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