LONDON – In a bid to curb youth influx to Syria, UK police chief has threatened to arrest any Briton coming back home from the war-torn country, citing potential ‘threats’ to Britain's national security.
“We are concerned that people coming back may have been radicalized” Sir Peter Fahy, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, told the BBC on Saturday, January 25.
Labeled as “terror suspects”, Britons returning from Syria will be stopped and investigated. The decision followed reports of soaring numbers of British youth travelling to Syria to join jihad.
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