In recent months, more than ten British jihadi brides have returned back to the UK after their terrorist husbands have been killed.
On the one hand, some feel sympathy for these young girls who were so disillusioned with their lives that they moved to Iraq or Syria in recent years.
On the other hand, many feel that these women relinquished their rights as citizens when they joined a terrorist organization.
Now that ISIS is losing some of its territories, some of these women have decided to return home. The problem is that no one knows how radicalized they have become during their exposure to Islamic terrorists.
The men have become even more brutal recently as the caliphate collapses and they are losing territory. I would say 35 percent of those who leave are doing it because their husband is dead, the rest is a mixture of their husbands sending them away to safer places and just being disillusioned.
— The Telegraph
Of the 850 British men and women who have to join ISIS in Iraq and Syria about 130 are thought to have been killed, and another 350 have returned to the UK, according to a report in Telegraph.