A Syrian family living in Shotton have applied for immediate deportation back to their home city of Aleppo in Syria, it’s been revealed.
Despite being largely occupied by brutal Islamic State militants, the family have deemed Aleppo a “more suitable environment to raise children”, according to the father of the family.
“We were granted asylum in the UK following the atrocities in Syria”, he explained. “After ISIS took control of our region, we were faced with an oppressive and brutal regime that we simply couldn’t survive in. The UK granted us access and we were quickly homed in Shotton, Flintshire”.
After several weeks in the the North Wales town, the family of six submitted an application for the asylum to be reversed. “We found ourselves in the midst of even more aggression and wanton violence. Yes, they have a KFC, but that’s not enough to keep us here”.
The family were later refused re-entry to their homeland, after the Syrian government decided it would be “too risky” to accept a family who had lived in Shotton.