OSLO, April 5 (Xinhua) -- Norwegian police security service (PST) has asked local municipalities to prepare for the arrival of Norwegian children who might have been indoctrinated by the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, newspaper Aftenposten reported Wednesday.
The children who were born in or were taken by their Norwegian parents to IS-dominated areas in Syria grow up in a reality where violence, hate and murders are a natural part of life, the report said.
According to the report, at least 40 Norwegian children under five or six years old live under the IS governing, where children are taught to kill those who do not believe in the IS doctrines.
"Here we have something different than vulnerable asylum seekers. This is a new phenomenon," said Benedicte Bjornland, head of the PST.
"We are potentially in danger of receiving very vulnerable children who were exposed to powerful indoctrination and were taught that all the others than themselves are unfaithful and that it is legitimate to take lives of the unfaithful ones," she said.
According to Yngve Carlsson, special advisor in the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities, Norwegian municipalities have experience in working with traumatised children from different war zones, but receiving children from IS-areas will be "specially challenging."
Carlsson added that Norway do not have apparatus that is ready for receiving children who have been indoctrinated by the IS.
According to a report made by Quilliam, a London-based think tank, the terror group IS has used children in ways that the world has not seen before.
Quilliam researchers concluded that the so-called IS-children who were exposed to a lot of brutal violence since birth will be "so damaged that it will be difficult to integrate them back into the society."