It is hard to imagine what form this would take, although it is likely that whoever runs it sold it to the Australian government as an endeavor designed to teach these young Muslims the true, peaceful Islam, as opposed to the twisted, hijacked jihadi version. But since the Qur’an and Sunnah do contain material that exhorts believers to wage war against and subjugate Infidels, it does seem foredoomed.
“Jihad rehabilitation for up to 10 school-aged children,” by Daniel Meers, The Daily Telegraph, August 31, 2015:
UP to 10 school-aged children who were considering going to war as death cult jihadists are now undergoing government deradicalisation programs.
Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin said the situation was alarming but would not divulge ages of the students or reveal where they were from.
“What worries me as a parent but also as a police commissioner is children who are school aged making decisions they are just ill-equipped to make,” he said.
“We’ve considered 10 school-aged children at this stage for programs in the community to work with them to say this is not a good choice you’re about to make or this is a bad plan you had and we will continue to do that.”
It’s understood some of the students are from Sydney.
The revelations came just a week after it emerged 336 wannabe terrorists were intercepted at Australian international airports before they could leave the country in just 312 days during last financial year. It followed five men being taken off planes at Sydney Airport on August 12, in the biggest single interception in Australia. Each had about $10,000 in their luggage.
A further two men, linked to the group of five, were intercepted a week later.
Mr Colvin, whose crack team of counter-terrorism officers have foiled multiple plots over the last year, conceded it was difficult getting to school students before the sophisticated Islamic State propaganda team corrupted them online.
“We’re very concerned about the youth in our community who seem to be particularly vulnerable to these messages that are coming out of ISIL and out of the Middle East,’’ he said.
“It is very difficult for law enforcement to try to get ahead of that and try and stop the radicalisation (of young people) from occurring.”…
The government’s stand couldn’t be firmer, with Mr Abbott declaring: “If you go to Syria or Iraq to fight with a terrorist army, you are committing the modern form of treason.”