I could not disagree more strongly. By your logic, one could also argue with regard to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's return to Jordan or Osama Bin Laden's return to Saudi Arabia: "And why not. Mr. Zarqawi is from Zarqa...and sooner or later he will come back home... And why not. Mr. Bin Laden is from Saudi Arabia...and sooner or later he will come back home..." Meshal, Zarqawi, Bin Laden, et. al., are arch-terrorists who are responsible directly and indirectly for the deaths of scores or more innocent civilians. These individuals should be brought to justice for their crimes against humanity. To argue otherwise, is to suggest a precedent that crimes against humanity are somehow acceptable. Such a precedent would constitute an enormous step backward for human progress.
Turkish warplanes destroy PKK targets in northern Iraq, say military sources (Reuters)
from the article: And if Khaled Meshal wants to visit?