Too bad he made it back alive, he should be sent back with a word of encouragement to try harder.
Man suspected of terror training in Syria held at Gatwick
Arrest is latest in growing list of alleged extremists suspected of travelling to the war torn country.
By Tom Whitehead, Security Editor 9:28PM GMT 06 Mar 2014
A 21-year-old man suspected of undergoing terror training in Syria was arrested at Gatwick airport as he returned home.
Counter-terrorism officers held the man as he got off a flight from Istanbul in Turkey, which is a well established route for people getting in to and out of the war-torn country.
He was arrested under the 2006 Terrorism Act and was being questioned at a west London police station.
Police are increasingly concerned about alleged British jihadists travelling to Syria and joining camps where they can learn how to fire guns and make bombs.
At least 500 Britons are believed to have gone to Syria and it emerged last month that 250 UK-based extremists who went to train and fight there may have since returned.
In January alone, 16 people were arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences related to Syria compared with 24 arrests in the whole of last year.
More here. h/t: EDL Buck