ISIS fighters had thousands of children. So what happens to them now?

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Mohammed Elshimi, a researcher at the London-based Royal United Services Institute defense think tank, said the working assumption should be that the children of ISIS-linked parents are both vulnerable and dangerous. Elshimi said risk assessments would be needed on a case-by-case basis, with those closer to the age of 18 more capable of posing a real threat.