A jihadist and his two companions suspected of having stayed in Syria were indicted in Paris by an anti-terrorist judge, a few days after their transfer from Turkey with their nine minor children and handing them over to the French authorities on Tuesday. we learned Sunday from a judicial source.
The three adults, a 35-year-old man and two women, one of whom is 36 years old, are suspected of having stayed in the territories occupied by jihadist organizations in 2013 and 2014 in Syria. Placed in police custody on Tuesday at the General Directorate of Internal Security (DGSI) when they arrived in France, they were presented at the end of the week to an examining magistrate who indicted them for "Criminal Terrorist Criminal Association", according to the judicial source. The man was remanded in custody and the two women were released under judicial supervision.
Upon their arrival on French soil, the children were immediately placed by the public prosecutor's office of Bobigny (Seine-Saint-Denis) and taken care of by the child welfare of the department. This transfer operation, separate from case-by-case repatriation of children from Syrian Kurdistan, is part of Turkey's regular expulsion of jihadists.
At the end of May 2019, the French authorities recorded the return of 277 "ghosts". The man, the two women and the nine children were in a detention center in Turkey before being deported, according to a source familiar with the case.
A "quarantine" of jihadist children are currently being monitored by child protection services
According to a judicial source, the 36-year-old man and woman had gone to Syria with their first children, while others were born there. The man also had children with the second woman, herself coming to the area with a child from a previous union. A "quarantine" of children are currently monitored by the child protection services in the department of Seine-Saint-Denis, which depends Roissy airport by which the majority of these returns.
On Monday, twelve children of French jihadists, including ten orphans, who were held in IDP camps in northeastern Syria, were repatriated to Paris, as part of the policy of humanitarian repatriations on a case-by-case basis as requested by the Government. French government.