Turkey on Saturday threatened to send captive members of the Islamic State back to their home countries, saying that Europe is taking insufficient action to deal with the detained fighters.
Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soilou accused Europe of refusing to take back citizens who joined a terrorist group, saying it was "not acceptable" to leave Turkey to deal with prisoners alone.
"This is not acceptable to us. It is also irresponsible, "he said, according to Reuters.
" We will send captured members of Daesh to their countries, "he added, using another name for ISIS.
European governments were divided whether to repatriate citizens traveling to Syria and Iraq to fight for terrorist group; France pleads for the return of its citizens so that they can face justice while Germany decides to allow its citizens to remain in the arrest of the Kurdish groups. [1
"Well they will escape to Europe, this is where they want to go. They want to go back to their homes. But Europe has not wanted them for months, "he told a news conference last month." They could have trials, they could do whatever they wanted, but as usual, it's not reciprocal. "