I've just seen the SKY News interview with Shammima Begum, the ISIS bride who now wants to return to the UK. In my opinion the interview should be shown to all 12-18 year olds in every school throughout the UK, if for no other reason than try to turn them away from any similar thoughts or online radicalisation to "live the dream" for the Caliphate or Islam; or at least give them food for thought. She admits having no regrets or remorse for joining ISIS but it was chilling to listen to her and see her never-changing expression or tone of voice, even when the reporter asked about her new 1 day old baby. And equally chilling if not more so, was seeing the woman sitting at the side of Begum, dressed from head to foot in black, including black woollen gloves, with just her eyes showing.
Her child is British, how can you debar a child of 24 - 48 hours from its own country?
I don't believe you can, either morally or legally.
Legally maybe not but morally you have to be joking, watching the interviews she gives, there is no remorse even condoning the attack at the MEN. She and her offspring should be treated as enemy combatants and she should be tried for treason, she is a danger to people in the UK and should not be allowed back and neither should her kid. She has even named it after Jihadi warrior, remorse, I don`t think so.
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She didn't mention her husband being dead in the interview, just said she didn't know where he was.
As to her being allowed back into UK - NO ! never mind icounselling, rehabilitation and any other excuse. As for the suggestion that her parents made that they could look after her child surely that just should not happen in any circumstance. It was only a pity that they didn't look after and control their daughter better.
As Mouse once posted there are no bad dogs only bad owners.What chance does this baby have with the parents that begot him? he did not ask to be born to terrorists,so I believe he should be pitied, his life will certainly not be happy or normal unless someone will give him a chance
I understand where you are coming from but legally I don't think we can
prevent her from returning. Once here though we should look at what laws
she has broken and charge her accordingly.
As they've said that no one is going to come to assist her in leaving Syria she will have to make her own way to the nearest consulate to get help. Think they said that the nearest are in either Iran or Iraq!
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