Sweden gives returning ISIS-terrorists protected identities and help to “start over” – They feel discriminated


Returning ISIS-terrorists, gets protected identities by the Swedish society and help to start over with new lives back home in Sweden.

Hundreds of ISIS islamic jihadists with Swedish citizenship are beginning to return back home to Sweden from the wars in Syria and Iraq.

Many of them complain that they can’t get any jobs, apartments and decent lives when they return. Sweden is ready to help them out with all of that, including rehab and financial support and other forms of social welfare, according to Fox News.

They are also afraid that people will find out that they fought for the Islamic state and commited terror acts, beheadings and other brutal killings of civilians. Therefore the Swedish government have decided to give them protected identities and help them to integrate in the Swedish society, Swedish news paper Expressen reports.

One of them is 27-year-old Walad Ali Yousef who complained to Expressen that he can’t find any jobs back home because pictures of him in ISIS uniform, holding and shooting with Kalashnikov automatic rifle is spreading on the Internet.

Yousef joined the Islamic State in 2014, travelling to the ISIS capital of Raqqa in Syria. Formerly a small time criminal, Yousef sent pictures of himself in Syria posing with Kalashnikov rifles to encourage his friends in Sweden to join the terror group.39-year-old

“I am looking for many jobs but can not get one because my pictures are out there,” Yousef told Expressen.