today the 19-year-old Shamima Begum, al-Hawl refugee camp in northeastern Syria. Here she has sat in a space of time as pregnant - now, fresh mother and expressed his great desire to return to the Uk, where she is born and grown up.
After she has become a mother, made Sky News' Africa correspondent, John Sparks, interview with Begum 17. February. Here she sat next to his son and complained of her woes to the people of the Uk.
As a 15-year-old escaped the young girl to Syria, where she joined the Islamic State and was married with the Dutch ICE-warrior Yago Riedijk.
during his time as ICE-wife was Begum familiar with executions and - as she tells to the Sparks - 'completely ok with beheading'.
She believes that one should have sympathy for her and her son, as she did not know what she walked into and 'just a wife', which did not do anything dangerous.
International law prescribes, actually, that the Uk should close their own nationals into the country again, if they do not have other nationalities. However, it is not just in the Begums case. The uk home secretary Sajid Javid writes in the Sunday Times:
'The big dilemma now is that we need to find out what we do with those who want to return home'.
But the government has no consular staff in Syria and will not risk lives to help a briton, who has joined a terrorist group. It writes the BBC.
the Video was shown on Turkish tv back in 2015, and are from a bus station in Bayrampaşa in Turkey. Here are Shamima Begum, together with the two british girls Kadiza Sultana 16, and Amira Abase 15-year - go around and wait on the bus in just a few hours after they had left London
The 19-year-old girl left her home 17. February 2015. She disappeared along with the two girls, Kadiza Sultana 16 and Amira Abase, 15 years, when they came home at eight o'clock in the morning.
Here, they told their family that they would be away all day. Then they traveled together to London Gatwick Airport. Here they came on a plane from Turkish Airlines, which landed in Istanbul 12.40 local time.
The young british krigsenke lost in the armed struggle, the chaos of two children who died of hunger, and now is Shamima Begum afraid of losing her third child. But the face of The Times, who have met her in the camp, refuses to apologize.
Shamima regret not expressly, that she joined Islamic State, although she acknowledges that the organization's leadership was 'corrupt and oppressive'.
She also will not take away from the terror massacre in Paris in 2015 and the Islamic State's crimes against humanity in Syria and Iraq.
amira's father, Hussen Abase, has also been out to take the girls in the defense and ask the Uk for help and reconciliation.
- They committed a mistake. Now one should forgive the girls. Young people forget to think about. They are vulnerable and easy to cheat, " says Hussen Abase to Sky News on behalf of his now 18-year-old daughter and the two friends, whose fate remains unknown.
All three young women staying in Syria. Hussen Abase, have not been in contact with his daughter for a long time. He only know that she married with an ICE-warrior and probably staying in one of the pockets in Syria.
But the Begums attention-grabbing opinions got Amira Hussens father to intercede for the girls.