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World A mother calls for the "medical repatriation" of her daughter, who left for Syria with her children

20:25  01 december  2020
20:25  01 december  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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His 32-year-old daughter left France in 2015 after converting to Islam with her three children and her jihadist companion, who was killed a few months later. Remarried to another member of the Islamic State group, also killed, she had a fourth child there. She has colon cancer.

"Every minute counts" : the mother of a woman who went to Syria with her jihadist companion and her children requests her "emergency medical repatriation" , with her four grandchildren.

“My daughter has advanced colon cancer. I solemnly request his repatriation ”, declared Pascale Descamps, resident of Pas-de-Calais .

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His 32-year-old daughter left France in 2015 after converting to Islam, with her three children and her jihadist companion, who was killed a few months later. Remarried to another member of the Islamic State (IS) group, also killed, she had a fourth child there, said Pascale Descamps.

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She has been detained since March 2019 at the Roj 2 camp, controlled by the Kurds in north-eastern Syria. "She loses a lot of blood, has a lot of discomfort and has no access to any medicine" , she alarms.

"If she is operated on on site, she has only a 50% chance of surviving" , she adds, explaining that her daughter, who has no medical certificate, sends her voice messages "so very irregular ” via an intermediary number on WhatsApp.

“We have been trying to get them back for over a year. We have appealed to political and justice officials, so far without any response ", confided one of his three lawyers, Emmanuel Daoud.

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He denounces "a deliberate choice of the French state, even though an international arrest warrant has been issued against this woman and the Kurdish authorities say they are ready to hand her over to France" .

Worried about her four grandchildren

Pascale Descamps says she does not want to "clear" her daughter but only that she be "treated humanely" . "She's accountable and she's going to take it on. If she survives, she will go to jail.

She also says to herself "very worried" for her four grandchildren - an 11 year old girl, and three boys aged 2, 6, and 8 years old - living "in inhuman conditions" .

She is ready to ask for their custody for "to raise them in the values ​​of the Republic" . "I wish they would go to school. They want a normal, safe life in their country. »

About 150 adults and nearly 300 French children are detained in prison or in camps in Syria and Iraq. The thirty or so children repatriated so far from Syria are mainly orphans or children entrusted by the few French mothers who have agreed to part with them.

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