Teen who fled Britain to join ISIS has her United Kingdom citizenship revoked

Teen who fled Britain to join ISIS has her United Kingdom citizenship revoked

Teen who fled Britain to join ISIS has her United Kingdom citizenship revoked

Begum said she had been only a "housewife" during her time with ISIS militants.

After arriving in Raqqa in 2015, Begum then aged 15, married to Dutch fighter Yago Riedijk, 12 years her senior. "I feel a lot of people should have sympathy for me, for everything I've been through", she said.

He added: "Based on the interview that I heard, she, at this moment in time, is not somebody who thinks she needs to be de-radicalised therefore it's going to be a challenge for whoever does it".

"I don't regret it because it's changed me as a person, made me stronger, tougher".

"I don't know what to say".

Ms Begum wore the ring as she spoke to ITV News at a refugee camp in Syria where she is staying with her newborn son.

A lawyer for her family said it was disappointed with the move.

Jarrah - who is named in hour of a barbaric jihadi warlord at the request of her terrorist husband - could however return to the UK.

She said: "I'm a 19-year-old girl with a new born baby".

But he was challenged by Diane Abbott, the shadow home secretary, who said that the government had been defeated in two cases where it had attempted to strip people of United Kingdom citizenship who were of Bangladeshi heritage.

Cabinet minister Jeremy Wright told BBC's Andrew Marr programme that the baby's nationality was "not straightforward".

"She's admitted herself that she had a good life there".

"But in the end she will have to answer for her actions".

Home Secretary Sajid Javid, who oversees immigration, said Monday he would not hesitate to prevent the return of Britons who traveled overseas to join IS.

Were it not for David being elected and anointed by the prophet, Saul would have been well within both legal and moral limits to hunt down David, who represented a threat to his throne.

The UK introduced laws in 2014 that allowed them to revoke the citizenship of anyone if they were suspected of "conduct seriously prejudicial to vital interests of the UK".

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has said that counter-terrorism officers will "deal with whatever they are confronted with" if Shamima Begum comes back to Britain.

She told The Times that Kadiza had died after a house was bombed, but the fate of her other friend is still unknown.

Islamic State bride Shamima Begum has claimed the Government's decision to revoke her British citizenship is "unjust".

The prospect has increased concerns about experienced militants and foreign fighters escaping and forming new cells in Syria or beyond, with USA allies grappling for weeks with how to respond.

Part of the "Beatles" gang of fanatics, they were captured in Syria and Britain wants them to be tried in the US.

The IS fighters are being held by the Kurdish-led forces.

"The US does not want to watch as these ISIS fighters permeate Europe", Trump added.

Shamima Begum ran away from home in 2015 at the age of 15.

"They return to a family courts system that is not now up to the task of handling the serious challenges of extremism".

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