Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism – ISIS bride Shamima Begum begs Boris to bring her back to Britain from Syrian prison camp and claims she can help him tackle TERRORISM
Former ISIS bride Shamima Begum says she should be allowed to return to the UK to help tackle terrorism.
Begum infamously fled the UK with fellow teenagers Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana as a 15-year-old schoolgirl in February 2015 to join ISIS and is the only one of the three known to still be alive.
Now deprived of her British citizenship, the 22-year-old gave an interview from the al-Roj prison camp in Syria which aired on Dan Wootton Tonight on GB News.
Asked by journalist Andrew Drury if she would tell her story to the government, she said: ‘Of course, yeah, I actually think it’s important that they know so they can prevent it in future for other people.
‘The fight against terrorism is not a one man job, it’s multiple people with multiple skills.’
Asked if she had the tools to stop kids believing in terrorism, she insisted: ‘I do.’
Begum said: ‘The fight against terrorism is not a one man job, it’s multiple people with multiple skills.’
Begum, who has resided at the prison camp since 2019, also said she was ‘giving messages and not believed’.
Begum was stripped of her citizenship in 2019 by Sajid Javid and in February last year the Supreme Court ruled on national security grounds that she cannot return to Britain to pursue an appeal against the decision.
The east London schoolgirl dumped her veil a year ago and now straightens her dyed hair, paints her nails and wears make-up. She denies her image change is a publicity stunt.