Kevin Hogan said on his Facebook page dual nationals who fight for terrorist organisations should have their Australian citizenship stripped.
Kevin Hogan said on his Facebook page dual nationals who fight for terrorist organisations should have their Australian citizenship stripped. Contributed

What should the consequence be for fighting with terrorists?

OUR Federal Member Kevin Hogan posted this on his Facebook page.

"It is my view that Australians with dual citizenship who fight for known terrorist groups be stripped of their Australian citizenship. Do you agree? Interested in your thoughts."

He received overwhelming support from those who commented.

Do you agree with Mr Hogan or do you think it would be wiser to encourage those who fight for terrorist organisations come home and then offer them rehabilitation?

What do you think the solution is? Take the poll below and leave a comment.

What should be the consequence for fighting with a terrorist organisation?

This poll ended on 28 May 2016.

Current Results

If they are a dual citizen, they should be stripped of their Australian citizenship and deported.

14%

Even if they only have Australian citizenship, it should be stripped, thus making them stateless.

47%

They should be encouraged to come home for rehabilitation.

7%

When they return to Australia they should be thrown in prison and interrogated by ASIO to find recruiters.

29%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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