The blue side of Danish politics is in armor over the fact that the Social Democrats (S) brought three IS women and their 14 children to Denmark. S has said that the children should be deprived of the women, but a driven politician like Pia Kjærsgaard, Danish People’s Party (DF), does not think so for a second. Kjærsgaard believes that the takeover of care will only be temporary. The children will be returned to the mothers as soon as it can be done after women have served their sentences.
The Social Democrats (S), led by Prime Minister Mette Fredriksen, were for a long time clear: Denmark must not bring IS women to the country. But early Wednesday morning last week, three IS women still landed with their total of 14 children, five of them born in the IS caliphate. The operation was paid for by the taxpayers.
S must have given in to pressure from the reddest in the Fredriksen Government. On 9 November 2019, this is from Prime Minister Frederiksen from the Folketing’s rostrum:
“As a government, we have made the decision that we should not take children to Denmark, because the parents have turned their backs on Denmark, traveled and joined the Islamic State and thus made a choice, both on their own behalf and on behalf of their children. »
Completely rejects the Government Fredriksen’s handling
One of the women, who has as many as eight children, has dual citizenship. Just like I got back to Denmark. It is completely silent about the health condition of the children, while all women could be immediately remanded in custody, initially for four weeks. The three IS women are charged with violating the penal code § 114e and 114j on the promotion of terrorist activities and entry and residence in a conflict area, respectively.
Pia Kjærsgaard is one of the operation’s clearest critics. Kjærsgaard does not believe in the Fredriksen Government’s promise that children must be removed from their mothers by force and that this will become a permanent arrangement. In an article in Jyllands-Posten, she says it like this in the title: “Government, be honest: the IS mothers and their children end up together again.”
Kjærsgaard points out that the Fredriksen Government has stated that the children will be forcibly relocated. Kjærsgaard continues as follows:
“They will probably be relocated, but I doubt if it will be by force. And how long a relocation will last, the government says nothing about. No, of course, because the relocation will be shorter even if the government wants to anticipate the Danish population. Therefore, we do not want to go further into the length. For the government is excellently aware that when it suggests takeover, the people think it should last forever. This is not necessarily the reality. »
Kjærsgaard states that the children should of course not serve time with the mothers in prison. But what about caring for children after clear imprisonment?
Kjærsgaard points to potential caregivers for the children. As in Norway, one can among children and mothers’ relatives: «a sister, aunt, uncles or others who are suitable to place the children with…»
– If that is not possible, Kjærsgaard continues, they will look for a foster family. Nor is it a possibility, a child in an institution with pedagogical staff.
– Why? ask Kjærsgaard. “Yes, based on a logical explanation that all children you place, you place based on the idea that children and day should be returned to their biological parents, who are the mentioned IS mothers, the day it is possible. The hope is that the family can once again form a normal family again. »
Will reunite mothers and children
By returning children to the mothers, one will check the caring ability of the mothers. That the women chose a terrorist regime will not count in assessments, because now the women are back in safe Denmark, says Kjærsgaard. After serving their sentences, they will therefore seek to reunite women with children.
«Ie. when you place the IS mothers’ child, you do so only temporarily, and if the IS mothers have the opportunity to be full-time mothers again for their total of 14 children. Basically, you work from the attitude that children are best with their parents. In other words: A relocation is not a placement forever, but a placement assumes conditions change.
So while the IS mothers are serving their possible punishment, the authorities will then do everything that is in the authorities, there may be a contrast between the child and the mothers. And it can not be done if one completely breaks the contact during the relocation. »
Kjærsgaard prioritises that this is the usual procedure in all cases where there is talk of taking over care. She believes that it is only a few years before children are reunited with the finished mothers.
– And when it does, I would like to hear all the Danish friendly residents, lawyers, politicians, organizations and others who have worked day and night to get these children and their mothers to Denmark, if they themselves think it was worth the trouble , knowing that mothers are once again united with their child and have ample opportunity to imprint them to religious extreme fanaticism?
– For the truth is that this has not just been about saving some poor children. But also that they have made sure that their mothers could come here with every opportunity to continue their fanatical dreams of a caliphate. But now on Danish soil.
The same applies to Norway
We doubt that Danish citizens will ever know what will be the fate of the 14 children and their mothers. This is exactly the situation in Norway. When the IS woman with the alleged terminally ill child was brought to Norway in January 2020, it could be completely obscured from the side of the picture who should take care of those of her children. The Pakistani woman even got to help determine conditions around them. Norwegian authorities “in consultation with mother” took care of the children of IS terror, it was said. Thus, she was not deprived of all care for the children.
It is reasonable to believe that the children were, as Kjærsgaard puts it, placed with the IS woman’s family here. These are just speculations, but they can not be used to solve the air. As we have previously asked:
Should she be able to dictate anything? Should she also be able to dictate that the children should be cared for in a Muslim family, in order to take care of the children’s “culture and religion”? Shouldn’t children be totally shielded from the whole family? The parents of the IS terrorists include, when they managed to raise her to become who she is, and who I chose to choose everything about Norway (except welfare), and who can really look to barbarism, to that in both the Nusra Front and IS.
Would a Norwegian woman be able to get her hands on the wheel if she had so far participated in the world’s largest Nazi terrorist organization? It is impossible to imagine such a situation.
The hypocrisy surrounding the IS women and their children is complete. And the media allows politicians to hide the truth.
Illustration photo: HRS