In an interview with the Ouest-France newspaper French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian expressed his clear opposition to calls that Daesh women who have French citizenship should be given the right to return to France. He called the females "fighters", thus, as he stated, they "should be treated as such".
The official also noted that there was no option of accepting back Daesh fighters, including women, as they are European state's "enemies".
"The French, who fought in the ranks of Daesh fought against France. These are our enemies. They should be treated and tried in the place where they committed the crimes, especially in Iraq and Syria. This is true for men and women. Because, in 2014, 2015 and 2016, when they travel to Iraq and Syria, they went there usually to fight."
The French foreign minister's comments follow February reports that UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid revoked the citizenship of jihadi bride Shamima Begum — the woman was kept in a displacement camp in Syria after fleeing the fast-shrinking areas under Daesh terrorists' control. A month later, The Sunday Times reported that two more Daesh women from the UK, sisters Reema (30) and Zara (28) Iqbal, had their passports revoked due to their marriages to jihadists who played a role in murdering Western hostages.
*Daesh (ISIS/ISIL/Islamic State), a terrorist group outlawed in Russia and numerous other countries