Islamic State 'Beatles': US and UK speak about predestine of duo

Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee ElsheikhImage copyright
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Alexanda Kotey (left) and El Shafee Elsheikh were prisoner by Syrian Kurdish forces

The US and UK are in talks about what to do with dual group from west London who were incarcerated in Syria final month on guess of militant activity, a home secretary has said.

Amber Rudd pronounced a prisoner men, Allexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, should go on trial.

They are suspected of being members of an Islamic State dungeon that killed Western hostages.

The BBC understands a span have been nude of their UK citizenship.

Ms Rudd said: “We’re positively committed to creation certain that they are tried.

“These people should face a full force of a law. we can’t be drawn during a impulse into…where that will take place. But we am certain, since we’ll be operative with a Americans to safeguard this, that they will face justice.”

Earlier this month a counterclaim apportion pronounced a group should be attempted in an general rapist court.

Tobias Ellwood told dual newspapers it was critical that “terrorists from any start are transparently and sincerely hold comment for their actions”.

Where should a IS ‘Beatles’ be tried?

The group are indicted of being a final dual of 4 UK IS members famous as “the Beatles”, so called since of their British accents.

It has been suggested they could be sent to a US troops jail during Guantanamo Bay.

Alternatively, they could be put on rapist hearing in a US or during a International Criminal Court, The Hague, that can prosecute people for genocide, fight crimes, crimes opposite amiability and aggression.

Mr Ellwood, who mislaid his hermit in a militant conflict in Bali in 2002 and who himself was held adult in a Westminster attack final year, pronounced Kotey and Elsheikh should be attempted during The Hague.

Media captionBethany Haines, whose father David was killed by a cell, on a constraint of a IS duo

The families of some of a cell’s victims have also pronounced a dual prisoner group should face trial.

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