Indonesia to decide whether to take back families of ISIS fighters

JAKARTA - Indonesia may be made to choose between being humane and protecting its security as it considers whether to take back more than 100 of its citizens believed to be family members of Indonesians who joined the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).


These Indonesians have been stranded in a refugee camp in Syria since the failed caliphate was ousted by US-led coalition forces in March.


Indonesia's counter-terrorism agency (BNPT) chief,...