Published: Wed, February 20, 2019
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Met Police commissioner warns Shamima Begum could be arrested at United Kingdom border

Met Police commissioner warns Shamima Begum could be arrested at United Kingdom border

Now, as their heartbroken families continue to survive each day knowing they will never see their loved ones again, teenager Shamima Begum - who left London to join the Islamic State in Syria and is now begging to come back to the United Kingdom to live - has described the Manchester bomb attack as being akin to the "women and children" being bombed in IS territory in Baghuz.

Ms Begum - who is legally British - has asked for "forgiveness" and "sympathy" as she wants to return to the United Kingdom for the sake of her newborn child.

On May 22, 2017 suicide bomber Salman Ramadan Abedi, 22, killed 22 people, including many children, as they were leaving the Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert. It's a two-way thing really.

"These ISIS brides are as unspeakable as those disgusting women who write love letters to notorious serial killers in prison".

Begum, like Ms Muthana, is pleading with authorities to be allowed to return to her home country as she fears for the future of her son.

When he was asked whether he believes she should come back, Danny said: "Yes, I do. I was self-taught and thought whatever I read, it was right". "So they'd only have proof I didn't anything that is unsafe", she said.

An Alabama woman who left home to join the Islamic State after becoming radicalized online wants to return to the United States.

While it is unclear whether Begum committed any crimes and her legal status is uncertain, it's possible Begum could face charges for supporting IS if she returns to Britain.

She was partly inspired by videos of fighters beheading hostages and partly by other propaganda films showing the "good life" IS could offer. Since she has been there, her two older children have died. Who is there to guide her, talk to her?

Shamima Begum left for Syria in 2014 and says she was nothing more than a housewife. I don't know how I would be seen as a danger.

The Loose Women panelist waged in on the debate when she suggested the "safest" option would be for the 19-year-old's baby to be removed and given to another family.

"My message to both these brides, and any others like them, is this: You made your ISIS husband beds, now you can rot in hell in them". "I don't understand what's going on there", he added.

"Actually jumping on a plane at 15 to go to Syria".

She told the paper that she wished to return home to Britain, and her family have called for her to be allowed to come home.

Her family's lawyer, Tasnime Akunjee, said he anticipated she would face criminal proceedings upon any return to the United Kingdom, but that it was the family's hope she would be given professional help following her experience in Syria.

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