so on a quick read of that link it seems that someone of previous good record can be accused of "being in a place of terrorism" and therefore treated as a terrorist on return to UK. Jim sounds to me possibly misguided but generally well-intentioned towards the UK, quite unlike the gang of 4...
I think it is shocking that young men who went away to fight terrorists are being treated like this. It is wrong, in my view, to penalise them for fighting against a group that have expressed hatred for this country and attacked innocent people on British soil.
As for these two jihadis, they should be treated with the same mercy and compassion they have demonstrated to others
The people who seem to be the most sensible and the Victims families want them to face a International War Crime Court.
There have been too many Atrocities and the taking of sex slaves overlooked in previous, but not that long ago conflicts, that we need to be recognising acts for what they are and dealing with the perpetrators accordingly.
GB certainly isn't the way to go.
In regards to their Wives, it depends on their backstory. Reading the accounts of young Women who were forced to marry Isis fighters and have children, they are very much victims. In some cases they had to marry and have a child or go on a suicide mission. Once they have children they are trapped. Others were threatened with gang rape and having any babies born removed, or marriage.