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Turkey already wants to deport a German IS supporter today. More are to follow at the end of the week. According to SWR, these include women and children from Lower Saxony and Hesse.

The federal government demands a regulated procedure.

Turkey deported ten German supporters of the “Islamic State” (IS) terrorist group, including women and children. A first German should still be expelled today, said the Turkish Ministry of the Interior. Seven more Germans would follow on Thursday, and two other German citizens are currently being deported.

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The federal government confirmed the plans and stated that the German deported today had no connection to IS. The spokesman for the Turkish Interior Ministry, Ismail Catakli, said a US jihadist was also expelled from the country today, according to the state news agency Anadolu.

According to SWR, the family of seven comes from Lower Saxony.

The Foreign Office said that nine Germans will be deported on Thursday and Friday. However, it is still unclear whether they are actually IS supporters. The ten people affected are three men, five women and two children.

According to information from the news magazine “Der Spiegel”, the security authorities assume that no IS terrorists with combat experience will return to Germany.

As the SWR learned from official circles, a family of seven from Lower Saxony, who has been in Turkish deportation custody for several months, is to be returned on Thursday. In addition, two women without children who originally came from Hesse and Lower Saxony would be deported to Germany on Friday. They fled from Ain Issa camp in northern Syria in October and were arrested by Turkish security forces last week.

Two other German women who were also in the camp and were picked up by Turkey would not be deported for the time being. The nationality of their children still has to be checked, it is said. One of the women comes from Hamburg.