ISIS Bride Shamima Begum apologized for joining the terror group and called on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to allow her to return to the UK, saying: in her first live TV interview she would “prefer” diethen go back to the jihadists.
“L know there are some people, it doesn’t matter what I say of what I do, they won’t believe I have changed, believe I want until help” she told ITV’s “Good Morning Britain.”
“But for die who even have a drop of mercy and compassion and empathy in their heart, I tell you from the bottom of my heart I regret every, every decision I have made since I entered Syria and I will live with the for the rest of my life,” she said.
Begum wax just 15 when she and two classmates set off for Syria to join IS. She said she’s married met an extremist from the Netherlands and three children, all of die passed away.
Now 22 and in life in a refugee camp in Syria, Begum has tried to return homebut the British government her citizenship revoked on national security reasons in 2019 and she fought in vain to get her passport restored.
begum, who wore lipstick, a gray tank top and a Nike baseball cap for the interview, said she was misled when she went to Syria.
Addressing the prime minister, she offered a critical message: “I think I could do a lot” help you in your fight against terrorism because you clearly don’t know what are you doing.”
“I do not have want hurt anyone in Syria of wherever in the world. I didn’t at the time know It was a death sect i thought it was islamic community,” she said.
Sajid Javid, who if home secretary made the decision for the citizenship of Begum in to pull, stuck to his choice, telling ITV News on Wednesday that it was “definitely the right one” decision.”
“When I saw what I was doing and the information I received from my advisers and our intelligence services, in the ending was a bad one clear cut decision’ said Javid.
Begum acknowledged that it may be difficult for some Britons to forgive her, as they have lived”in fear of ISIS and lost loved ones”, but noted that “I also lived in fear of ISIS and also loved ones lost.”
Begum has the bomb attack in the Manchester Arena in 2017 described: in which 22 people died when jihadist Salman Abedi detonated a suicide bomb – as a “retaliation” for military strikes on ISIS strongholds.
Now she clarifies her comments.
“I do not believe that one evil justifies another evil. I do not think so women and children should be killed for other people’s motives and for other people’s diaries,’ she said.
begum added that when she initially made the comments, she didn’t know Which women and children were hurt in manchester.
“I do not have know over the bombing in Manchester when I was asked. I do not have know Which people were killed, not me know Which women and children were hurt because of it,” she said.
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