TOP NEWS: Shamima Begum Begging To Be Let Back Into Britain After Four Years As An ISIS Bride

Shamima Begum Begging To Be Let Back Into Britain After Four Years As An ISIS Bride. Credit: Facebook

BEGUM was born and raised in Britain to parents from Bangladesh. In 2015, aged 15, she left her home in East London with two teenage friends to live in the Islamic State.

Begum appealed in September to the British government to give her back her citizenship after all three of her children with the ISIS fighter she married died, and she found herself stuck in a poorly-run refugee camp in Syria.

Begum claims she has cut all ties with the group, insisting she want to to return to Britain so she can “undergo therapy.”

Her citizenship was stripped by former Home Secretary Sajid Javid as she was deemed a threat to national security.

Begum’s appeal to have her citizenship returned has received a step back following a High court ruling where judges have decided that two other terrorists from British Bangladeshi families should not have their UK passports restored.

The ruling could still be overturned on appeal. 

The Home Secretary Priti Patel however has make it clear she wants to lawfully stop the jihadi bride from re-entering the UK on national security grounds stating in regards to Begum’s appeal for citizenship in September that there was “no way” she’d grant it to her.

As reported by the Daily Star, Patel underlines that her job is to keep “our country safe” and that included not allowing anybody who has been an active supporters or campaigners for IS into the country.


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