A then 15-year-old Briton joined the 2015 the IS. In Syria, she has just brought a child into the world. Now you want to go back to their homeland, where it provides intense debates.
"Sympathy? You must be kidding." "Understanding? You must be kidding", was the headline of the tabloid "The Sun" in big letters on page one. "Jihadi Bride:' I had a good time." "The jihadists of the bride: I had a good time", is read on the first page of the "Daily Mirror".
The 19-year-old Shamima Begum has lived four years in Syria, she was married to a Dutch IS fighters. On the weekend, you brought a son to the world and want to go back now to the UK. In an Interview with Sky News, she says, the words that deal with the britsichen leaves: "a Lot of people should have understanding for me. I hope you let me come back," she says."Behead people allowed"
Begum sits during the interview in a small wood-paneled room in a Syrian refugee camp. Just one day you gave birth to a child. Exhausted, with almost a deadpan face, the young woman told. Not a normal Interview Situation.
However, the statements that give rise to the debate. Whether you've heard of executions, asked the Sky Reporter, that people had been beheaded. You've heard of it, she says, and I have no Problem with that. She had been very religious before they had come to Syria. According to Islamic law it was permitted, and thus in order."done Nothing Dangerous"
The 19-Year-old, shows no remorse, and would like to return to the UK, because she is afraid her Baby. Their first two children had already died, she says. You have nothing to reproach. You have no evidence against Begum. It had been four years and a house wife, taking care of the kids. You have done nothing Dangerous, no one is encouraged to come to Syria.
in 2015, was Begum as 15-traveled Years in the then the IS-stronghold Rakka, along with several students from the London district of Bethnal Green. The family in London had four years of no contact with the daughter, now there was a first telephone conversation. The lawyer for the family, Mohammed Akunjee, said on BBC television that the family had tried from the first day, bring her daughter back. You'll need help to the IS to renounce the ideology, if she was back.you Must?
But you can? You can't dismiss a British citizen in the statelessness, says culture Minister Jeremy Wright of the BBC, but you should bring them to justice. You should come back, if you could. But you should know that you can make them responsible for what they've done.
interior Minister Sajid Javid is determined, however, that the return of IS-trailers to the UK. Who have left our country, to the IS to connect, says Javid, has been of hate in the UK met. Begum still hope: "Please try to get back to me. I don't want to live here in the refugee camp."
debate IS-back-sweeper in great Britain
Udo Schmidt, ARD London
18.02.2019 14:09 PM
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