The woman went to Syria during the war, but says that she did not know what the situation was like then and that she wanted to leave the country immediately when she arrived.

However, the security police believe that it must have been obvious to her what she was traveling to.

They also assess that she "was involved in supporting IS and that during the years 2015-2018 it was possible for her to leave Syria".

Extensive care needs

The Administrative Court writes in its judgment that the woman's two children have an extensive need for care as a result of the conditions during their upbringing, which was partly in Raqqa, but also in a prison camp under "difficult humanitarian living conditions".

The children have for some time lived in emergency homes, where they talked about, among other things, that they should slaughter and chop others, and that they should play with swords and knives when they grow up.

However, the mother says that she has never heard them talk like that, and that the separation between her and the children has been bad for them.

Does not question the relationship

The court writes that they do not question that the mother and the children have a good relationship and that she wants to protect and take care of them, but at the same time believe that the children have a need for care that must be guaranteed over time, but which the mother does not see.

It is still unclear whether the woman sympathizes with IS, something she herself denies, but according to the administrative court she is reasonably suspected of war crimes.

According to information, the children's father is still in Syria.

The situation in the camps in Syria

This is how SVT reported in the autumn of 2021 about houses IS women and their children were smuggled from camps in Syria.

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Background: This is how IS women left the camps.

Pictures show how they are smuggled into water tanks