Shamima Begum: Isis runaway asking for sympathy

Missing schoolgirls

Shamima Begum’s eldest sister Renu has written to Home Secretary Sajid Javid

Her British citizenship was revoked on security grounds.

"I would like them to re-evaluate my case with a bit more mercy in their heart", Shamima Begum told Sky News from a refugee camp in eastern Syria.

Shamima Begum has issued a plea to the United Kingdom government for "mercy" after the home secretary moved to strip her of her British nationality.

The case of Shamima Begum has stirred a long overdue debate in the United Kingdom: what do we do about returning jihadis?

Shamima Begum travelled to Syria in 2015 aged just 15 but has now fled the crumbling "caliphate" and says she wants to come home, after giving birth in a refugee camp last weekend.

So yes, of course, she should face justice.

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She has mentioned the possibility of applying for citizenship in the Netherlands because her husband, an ISIS fighter believed to be held by Kurdish forces in Syria, is a Dutch national.

Begum and two school friends fled her east London home to join the terror network four years ago. In an interview with Sky News' John Sparks, Begum revealed that she is struggling to get her supplies in right now.

Speaking for her family, Renu Begum said they were "sickened" by the "vile" comments Shamima made about ISIS in recent interviews, but wrote, "We, as her family, can not simply abandon her".

Explaining why he's against the move on his Friday night LBC show, Mr Rees-Mogg said: "I think there is a fundamental equality in British citizens and if you can't take my passport away, then you shouldn't be able to take it away from anybody else".

She is careful to stress how shocked they were by Shamima Begum's comments.

"These are not representative of British values, and my family entirely reject the comments she has made".

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He accused Mr Javid of a "very extreme manoeuvre" in stripping her of British citizenship - on the basis that she is entitled to live in Bangladesh because her parents were born there.

'That year we lost Shamima to a murderous and misogynistic cult, ' her sister wrote.

"Taking somebody's citizenship away is not the right thing to do".

"But when someone turns their back on (our) fundamental values and supports terror they don't have an automatic right to return to the United Kingdom", he said.

Mr Javid also suggested Ms Begum's child could still be British, despite the removal of Ms Begum's citizenship.

He said in the House of Commons that the children of IS members would not lose their British citizenship.

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