Finnish roots return from Syria, Jono Vanhanen senior social worker with the City of Helsinki, Lännen Media (LM), local media conglomerate.
Vanhanen said that although this number of ISIS returnees is now low and the caliph is crumbling. According to the Finnish Security Police (SUPO), more than 80 people, including 30 children, traveled from Finland to Syria and the Iraqi conflict zones.
Minister of the Interior Tarja Mankkinen said LM said municipalities would have to organize rehabilitation, especially for those experiencing extreme violence
No free permit
Last week, the Finnish government called for the establishment of an international court in the Middle East Testing in the East for those who fought against the terrorist group Isis. All the Nordic countries have come back.
Matti Tolvanen, Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Eastern Finland, said he thought it was unlikely that Finland could severely punish former ISIS fighters for terrorist charges.
When Mykkänen said that although Finland would not prevent returning citizens to fight ISIS, it will not help
This month CNN and other news centers reported a woman in a camp in East Syria who said she was a Finn called Sanna. She said she went to Isis with her husband and she had several children and wanted to return to Finland
Mykkänen said Finland was not going to help Sanna or her children return to Finland.
"We do not intend to organize any trip back to those who have been involved in the struggle for Isis," Mykkänen said.