Abubaker Deghayes (l) and William Hague (r)
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Father of sons killed in Syria wants 'jihadist' re-education scheme

A father from Brighton wants a scheme to warn would-be jihadists against fighting in foreign wars and a plan to re-educate youngsters wanting to come home.

Two of Abubaker Deghayes' sons died in Syria and a third is still there.

Former Foreign Secretary William Hague said the protection of UK citizens from radicalised Britons returning from war zones was paramount.

But he said anyone wanting to come back and help warn others of the dangers, would be helped.

  • 02 Nov 2014
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