Norwegian IS terrorists will lose their residence permit, who have joint and travelled to the Middle East to fight for the militant group ISIS, also known as Daesh or Islamic State.
The Norwegian government has agreed to revoke the residence permit from persons who have joined the terrorist group IS in Iraq and Syria. Both permanent and temporary residence permits must be revoke reports Norwegian media.
We should not have these people back in Norway, says Ministry of Justice and Public Security Jøran Kallmyr this evening according to NRK.
According to a report which was published on July 25, 2016 by “The Local Norway” new website in 2013 and 2014 when ISIS was aggressively expanding throughout Iraq and Syria. Around 90 Norwegians have gone abroad to join up with Isis and the Norwegian intelligence service PST believes that at the end of 2015 there were still roughly 40 Norwegian foreign fighters actively participating in hostilities in Syria and Iraq.