close Video Shamima Begum fled London to join ISIS, and now she’s pregnant and asking to come home so she can have her third baby A teen who fled Britain to join the Islamic State complained that it was “unjust” and “heartbreaking” that the British government revoked her citizenship, effectively putting an end to her return to Britain. Shamima Begum, who left the country in 2015 to join the terror group as a so-called jihadi bride when she was 15 years old, has ignited a debate whether she and her newborn child should be allowed to return after she was found in a refugee camp. The British government came out against her return, while some other experts have expressed possible legal problems of blocking a citizen’s return to the country. But on Tuesday the British government decided to strip Begum of her British citizenship. TEEN WHO JOINED ISIS GIVES BIRTH IN SYRIA, SAYS PEOPLE SHOULD BE SYMPATHETIC TOWARD HER Following the decision, Begum told ITV News that the move was unfair to her. “I’m a bit shocked. It’s a bit upsetting and frustrating. I feel like it’s a bit unjust on me and my son,” said Begum, who gave birth to her… Read full this story
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