About 130 French citizens who fought in the ranks of the Islamic State will be returned to France by their Syrian captors, BFM TV reported on Tuesday, citing unnamed sources.

The men are being held in northeast Syria by Kurdish forces who don’t wish to keep them, especially now that their U.S. backers are withdrawing from the country.

French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner wouldn’t confirm the details of the report in an interview with BFM TV, but said any returnees would be subject to due process.

“The Americans are disengaging from Syria and a certain number of people could be released,” he said. “They will want to come back to France. They are now in Syria and Iraq. I am not master of their destiny. They can come to France, but they will be put in prison and judged.”

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