The British people panicked: the girl who fled Britain and joined ISIS is coming back

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The British people panicked: the girl who fled Britain and joined ISIS is coming back

2019-02-18 18:32:26 83 ℃
Four years ago, Shamima Begum, a 15-year-old, was determined to join the Islamic Extremist Organization, leaving his family and fleeing the United Kingdom. Last week, Sharma in the Syrian refugee camp sent out a request for help before giving birth, saying she wanted to go home and have children. But she still expressed no regret for her decision to join ISIS.

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The British Times found Shamma Beguim more than nine months pregnant in a refugee camp in northern Syria. She is one of 1323 foreign women and children who have arrived in this nicknamed "death camp" in the past two months. The girl who left London four years ago to join the Islamic Extremist Group told The Times that she wanted to return home.

Ms Begum told the newspaper that she expected to be charged with terrorism offences and to be the subject of intense media attention, but was desperate not to be separated from her baby.

Shama said that she could expect to be accused of terrorist acts and would become a target of high media attention, but she urgently hoped that she would join the media. Children live together. Before

(Via I want my baby with me in Britain, said Isis bride/times.co.uk)

, Sharma had two children, but both died of illness and malnutrition. She says she no longer wants to be separated from her child, or at least can leave the child to her family.

In early 2015, Sharma fled Britain with her classmates Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase at Bethnal Green School to Syria. Kadiza lost his life one year after arriving in Syria.

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Sharma married Yago Riedijk recruited from the Netherlands three weeks after arrival. Without his permission, Sharma could not leave their house for half a step. Yago grew up in a Dutch middle-class family and was suspected of involvement in local terrorism in the Netherlands before heading to Syria.

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Sharma said she had no regrets for her decision to join the extremist organization of the Islamic State in that year, because it "made her stronger".

Asked if she had made a mistake by travelling to Syria, Ms Begum told Sky News: "In a way, < strong > yes, but I don't regret it because it's changed me a s a person. I t's made stronger, tougher. I married my husband. I't have someone back like not found in the UK."

When asked to go to Syria Was it a mistake, Sharma told Sky News: "To some extent, Yes, but I don't regret because it changed me. Strong makes me stronger and stronger. I met my husband, and in England I could never have met someone like him.

She continued: I did have a good time there. I t's just that things got harder and I couldn't take it anymore.

She went on to say: I had children there, and really had a good time . It's just that the situation is getting worse and worse. I can't stand it any longer."

(Via IS teenage bride Shamima Begum gave birth to boy/BBC)

In an interview with Sky News, she also mentioned that she did not know her husband's whereabouts at present, that she did not have a mobile phone or a network, and that extremist organizations did not allow her to have any contact with the outside world.

and the next answer shocked many netizens.

Asked if she was aware of IS beheadings before going to Syria, she told Sky News: " I knew about those things and I was OK with it Because, you know, I started religious just before I left. "I know, but I have no objection to that," she said. Because I had been religious before I went. As far as I know, this is something that can be done.

(Via IS teenage bride Shamima Begum gave birth to boy/BBC)

Shama also said that the British should have compassion for her because she did not know what she was involved in and had experienced enough suffering.

I think a lot of people should have, like, sympathy towards me for all I've been through.

I think you should sympathize with me because I have experienced so much suffering.

I didn't know what I was getting into when I left and I just wanted that for the sake of me and my child, they could let me come back.

At first I didn't know what I was involved in. I just hoped that, for my sake and my children's sake, they would let me come back.

Because I can't live in this camp forever.I t's not really possible.

Because I can't stay in the concentration camp forever. That's not realistic.

(Via IS bride Shamima Begum full transcript:'It was nice at first, like in the videos'/news.sky.com)

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Many British netizens expressed unacceptability with regard to her behavior and attitude and could not allow her to return to the UK.

As far as I know, the government has said that anyone who joins ISIS will be revoked his passport.

(Via dailymail)

families lost their children because of ISIS, don't they want to reunite with their families and live a safe and happy life!!!!

(Via dailymail)

that is to say! Who sympathizes with families who lost their children in the Manchester terrorist attacks?

(Via dailymail)

It is because such people exist that Britain cannot maintain peace and security. If things went in the direction she wanted, she would never have thought of returning home. She would continue to live happily in a house that did not know which poor man she belonged to, knowing that her husband was killing. There is absolutely no way to sympathize with such a person, especially when she says she has no regrets at all.

(Via dailymail)

Please respect my human rights and respect every British citizen who pays taxes and lives a decent life in the UK. I don't want such a person in my daughter's growing environment! Let her eat her own fruit! Shama gave birth to a boy in Syria. According to the Daily Mail, her family lawyer, Tasnim Akengi, was interviewed and said she was treated worse than Nazi war criminals. Because even Nazi war criminals, the trial had gone "due process", and the British debate about whether she could return home was so fierce. For the lawyer's defense, some netizens said:

so they gave her legal aid to help her return home. This country is now a joke! Alex Younger, Director of MI6 of the British Intelligence Agency, thinks there is no reason for people like Sharma to be stopped if they want to return home.

Alex Younger (left) at a seminar in Munich illustrated via new.sky.com

When not commenting on Shamima Begum's case specifically, service chief Alex Younger intelligence said that someone had been "that position of sort" was acquired to "connect skills or skills i" Although there was no direct comment on Sharma's case,

Alex Younger, head of intelligence, said that people in "that situation" were likely to have acquired some "skills or contacts".

Such an individual cannot be stopped if they decide to return to the UK, he added.

He added that if these people decide to return to Britain, there is no reason to prevent them.

According to international law, there is no reason for Britain to refuse the return of a British without a second nationality.

But, if they do, a "very significant level of resources" is required to "make sure they don't represent a threat". "Public safety is t he first thing we will consider," "he said.

But if they do come back, they need to"spend a lot of resources"to"ensure that they do not pose a threat to society". "Our first priority is public safety," he said.

(Via MI6 boss Alex Younger: Runaway IS teens'potentially very dangerous'/new.sky.com)

However, the British Home Secretary Sajid Javid has been very firm. He wrote in The Times about If you run away to join Isis, like Shamima Begum, I will use all my power to stop you coming back ("If you leave to join ISIS like her, I will do everything possible to prevent you from returning to ))), saying that even if Sharma returns home, she will not escape the fate of being prosecuted.

There are many things we can and should be proud of our country and the values it stands for. But there is a stark fact that requires reflection. How is it that 1,000 people in Britain decided to leave peaceful, liberal democracy to join the is death cult?

Right? There are many values that we can and should be proud of in our country and the values it represents. However, there is a grim fact to reflect on. Why did nearly 1,000 people living in Britain decide to abandon our peaceful democracy and freedom and turn to death cults such as ISIS?

We must remember that those who left Britain to join Daesh were full of hate for our country.

We must remember that those who left Britain to join extremist organizations are full of hatred towards our country. If you do manage to return you should be ready to be questioned, investigated and potentially prosecuted.

If you do manage to return, be ready to be questioned, investigated and potentially prosecuted.

If you do manage to return, be ready to be questioned, investigated and possibly prosecuted.

(Via If you run away to join Isis, like Shamima Begum, I will use all my power to stop you coming back/times.co.uk)

According to the Independent, in the past seven years, there have been about 900 British citizens who want to join Isis, like Shamima Begum, and I will use all my power to stop you coming back/times.co.uk)

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