"ICE-the bride's husband speaks out: ”Tell him that I love her”"
"She was 15 and he 19 when they married."
"Now speak Russian and a dutchman Yago Riedijk out if the marriage with the widely publicized ICE-bride Shamima Begum."
"– Maybe it had been better for her to wait a little bit, " he says to the BBC."
"Shamima Begum, 19, travelled to Syria from the Uk when she was 15 years old."
"She lost her british citizenship and, as Aftonbladet, previously reported, become a front man for how countries should manage ICE-returner. "
"Now struggling to become a citizen of the Netherlands."
"– My husband is from Holland and he has family there. Maybe I can ask for citizenship in Holland. If he ends up in prison where I can only wait on him, Shamima Begum, said earlier."
"In an interview with the BBC talking to the spouse, the IS-terrorist Yago Riedijk, 27, out of the couple's marriage."
"”She was very young”"
"He was 23 and she 15 when they got married and he calls it ”her choice”."
"– If I'm going to be honest, when my friend told me that a girl was interested in getting married so I wasn't particularly interested, given her age. But I accepted the offer anyway."
" She was very, very young. Maybe it had been better for her to wait a little bit, but she didn't. She chose to get married and I chose to marry her."
"Shamima Begum was previously in the camp of Al-Kan.kem.vi in the north of Syria along with her newborn son, but according to the BBC, she can now be taken from there."
"He is stuck in a kurdish custody in the north east of Syria, and will have a six-year prison sentence if he returns to the Netherlands."
"the Son can be let"
"He is on the country's terror list, but citizenship has not been withdrawn."
"considering how old Shamima Begum was when the couple got married will the Netherlands be difficult to accept the marriage, writes the BBC."
"a Residence permit will also be difficult to get, as she herself is suspected of terrorist crimes."
"The british public service channel write to the son Jarrah may have the right to citizenship in the country, given the father's descent."
"Hopefully, we will see you soon again and things will be fine," says Yago Riedijk to the BBC."