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27 July 2016, 15:02
Nick Ferrari says we should pay for anyone who wants to join ISIS to go to Syria - and then leave them there.
Adel Kermiche, the 19-year-old who was one of the attackers who slashed the throat of an 86-year-old priest in Normandy, twice attempted to travel to Syria and was under house arrest.
But he was allowed to roam unsupervised during the morning and it was then he attacked the church.
One caller suggested to Nick that we should reach out to people in the community, but Nick was much stronger in his approach.
He said: "He would never have got out of jail [if I was in charge]. That's the only way now.
"The minute you try to go to Syria, we should actually aid these people. We should pay their flights.
"Let's let them go to Syria, let them get blown up. I celebrate the fact that people like that could get blown up by a US drone.
"It would make my day to hear people like him had been blown up by the US, it really would."