Hussen Abase by his daughter facing an entire nation of opponents.
It does not prevent the 52-year-old briton to take his teenage daughter Amira and two other young jihadi brides stranded in the Syrian efterkrigshelvede 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, in 2015, suddenly left Bethnal Green Academy in London.
The three young people ICE-recruits caught by a surveillance camera at the airport of Gatwick in February 2015. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Shortly after the crossed the three girls aged 15, 15 and 16 years of Turkey's southern border and heading towards the syrian city of Raqqa to let themselves be recruit as jihadi brides and 'birth giving machines' in the Islamic State (IS) stronghold.
The revival is steamed after terrororganisationens and kalifatets total defeat. The three young women staying in Syria, and in the newspaper The Times has one of them, Shamima Begum now figuratively thrown a firecracker.
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 venindens attention-grabbing statements under the heading 'Bring me home' now get Amira Hussens father to intercede for the girls.
Hussen Abase, the father of the missing jihadi bride Amira, hope to be reunited with his daughter in London. He is ready to give her a hug. Photo credit: Laura Lean/Ritzau Scanpix
Shamima Begum is a widow and squirt and beg for permission to come home to his parents in London after being accused of espionage and tortured by his own.
The young british krigsenke lost in the armed struggle, the chaos of two children who died of hunger, and the adventure ended in the previous week, that she, in desperation, fled through the desert to a refugee camp in Raqqa.
Now 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, even though she acknowledges that the organization's leadership was 'corrupt and oppressive'.
Private photos of the three british skoleveninder, before they went in the holy war in Syria in 2015. From left Kadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum. Photo: Metropolitan Police/Ritzau Scanpix
Shamima Begum will also not take away from the terror massacre in Paris in 2015 and the Islamic State's crimes against humanity in Syria and Iraq.
In the interview with Sky News is Hussen Abase heavily influenced by Shamima Begums description of the, that she saw a severed head in a bucket.
- It prompts me to consider my position a second time. Regret she is not what she has done, have the public the right to say no to letting her come home, he says.
Amira Abasas father considers, however, that the girls can be 'corrected' in a close cooperation between the Uk authorities and their parents.
On the question of what he will do if he ever gets reunited with his daughter, hesitating amira's father is not:
- I would give her a hug.
--------- SPLIT ELEMENT ---------amira's background: Non-militant and loving
The british media insists that Amira Abase grew up in a loving, non-militant family. She allowed herself to repent of viral propaganda and her friends Shamima Begum and Kadiza Sultana enthusiasm.
Last year, there were unconfirmed rumors that Amira Abase was possibly been killed in a Russian airstrike.
Her husband, the australian ICE-warrior Abdullah Elmir, lost a few years earlier life in battles with coalition forces.
The young jihadi bride was last time in contact with his parents in the summer of 2016. Jihad-a friend Shamima Begum tells in his interview with The Times, that she has heard that Amira Abase is still alive.
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