Shamima Begum says her world 'fell apart' after she lost British citizenship

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Shamima Begum says her world 'fell apart' after she lost British citizenship

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2/17/2020

Shamima Begum says her world 'fell apart' after she lost British citizenship

Former east London schoolgirl who left UK to become Isis bride says she wasn’t surprised at decision

Timeline of the Isis caliphate 1/19 ISIS began as a group by the merging of extremist organisations ISI and al-Nusra in 2013. Following clashes, Syrian rebels captured the ISIS headquarters in Aleppo in January 2014 (pictured) AFP/Getty Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi declared the creation of a caliphate in Mosul on 27 June 2014 3/19 Isis conquered the Kurdish towns of Sinjar and Zumar in August 2014, forcing thousands of civilians to flee their homes. Pictured are a group of Yazidi Kurds who have fled Rex 4/19 On September 2 2014 Isis released a video depicting the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff. On September 13 they released another video showing the execution of British aid worker David Haines 5/19 The US launched its first airstrikes against Isis in Syria on 23 September 2014. Here Lt Gen William C Mayville Jnr speaks about the bombing campaign in the wake of the first strikes Getty 6/19 Isis militants sit atop a hill planted with their flag in the Syrian town of Kobani on 6 October 2014. They had been advancing on Kobani since mid-September and by now was in control of the city’s entrance and exit points AFP/Getty 7/19 Residents of the border village of Alizar keep guard day and night as they wait in fear of mortar fire from Isis who have occupied the nearby city of Kobani Getty Smoke rises following a US airstrike on Kobani, 28 October 2014 AFP/Getty YPG fighters raise a flag as they reclaim Kobani on 26 January 2015 VOA 10/19 Isis seized the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra on 20 May 2015. This image show the city from above days after its capture by Isis Getty 11/19 Kurdish forces are stationed on a hill above the town of Sinjar as smoke rises following US airstrikes on 12 November 2015 AFP/Getty Kurdish forces enter Sinjar after seizing it from Isis control on 13 November 2015 AFP/Getty 13/19 Iraqi government forces make the victory sign as they retake the city of Fallujah from ISIS on 26 June 2016 Getty Iraqi forces battle with Isis for the city of Mosul on 30 June 2017 AFP/Getty 15/19 Members of the Iraqi federal police raise flags in Mosul on 8 July 2017. On the following day, Iraqi prime minister Haider Al Abadi declares victory over Isis in Mosul Getty 16/19 Members of Syrian Democratic Forces celebrate in Al-Naim square after taking back the city of Raqqa from Isis. US-backed Syrian forces declare victory over Isis in Raqqa on 20 October 2017 after a four-month long campaign Getty 17/19 Female fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces celebrate in Al-Naim Square after taking back the city of Raqqa from Isis. US-backed Syrian forces declare victory over Isis in Raqqa on 20 October 2017 after a four-month long campaign AFP/Getty 18/19 Trucks full of women and children arrive from the last Isis-held areas in Deir ez-Zor, Syria in January 2019 They were among the last civilians to be living in the ISIS caliphate, by this time reduced to just two small villages in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor Richard Hall/The Independent 19/19 Zikia Ibrahim, 28, with her two-year-old son and 8-month-old daughter, after fleeing the Isis caliphate, on Saturday 26 January 2019 Richard Hall/The Independent 1/19 ISIS began as a group by the merging of extremist organisations ISI and al-Nusra in 2013. Following clashes, Syrian rebels captured the ISIS headquarters in Aleppo in January 2014 (pictured) AFP/Getty Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi declared the creation of a caliphate in Mosul on 27 June 2014 3/19 Isis conquered the Kurdish towns of Sinjar and Zumar in August 2014, forcing thousands of civilians to flee their homes. Pictured are a group of Yazidi Kurds who have fled Rex 4/19 On September 2 2014 Isis released a video depicting the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff. On September 13 they released another video showing the execution of British aid worker David Haines 5/19 The US launched its first airstrikes against Isis in Syria on 23 September 2014. Here Lt Gen William C Mayville Jnr speaks about the bombing campaign in the wake of the first strikes Getty 6/19 Isis militants sit atop a hill planted with their flag in the Syrian town of Kobani on 6 October 2014. They had been advancing on Kobani since mid-September and by now was in control of the city’s entrance and exit points AFP/Getty 7/19 Residents of the border village of Alizar keep guard day and night as they wait in fear of mortar fire from Isis who have occupied the nearby city of Kobani Getty Smoke rises following a US airstrike on Kobani, 28 October 2014 AFP/Getty YPG fighters raise a flag as they reclaim Kobani on 26 January 2015 VOA 10/19 Isis seized the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra on 20 May 2015. This image show the city from above days after its capture by Isis Getty 11/19 Kurdish forces are stationed on a hill above the town of Sinjar as smoke rises following US airstrikes on 12 November 2015 AFP/Getty Kurdish forces enter Sinjar after seizing it from Isis control on 13 November 2015 AFP/Getty 13/19 Iraqi government forces make the victory sign as they retake the city of Fallujah from ISIS on 26 June 2016 Getty Iraqi forces battle with Isis for the city of Mosul on 30 June 2017 AFP/Getty 15/19 Members of the Iraqi federal police raise flags in Mosul on 8 July 2017. On the following day, Iraqi prime minister Haider Al Abadi declares victory over Isis in Mosul Getty 16/19 Members of Syrian Democratic Forces celebrate in Al-Naim square after taking back the city of Raqqa from Isis. US-backed Syrian forces declare victory over Isis in Raqqa on 20 October 2017 after a four-month long campaign Getty 17/19 Female fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces celebrate in Al-Naim Square after taking back the city of Raqqa from Isis. US-backed Syrian forces declare victory over Isis in Raqqa on 20 October 2017 after a four-month long campaign AFP/Getty 18/19 Trucks full of women and children arrive from the last Isis-held areas in Deir ez-Zor, Syria in January 2019 They were among the last civilians to be living in the ISIS caliphate, by this time reduced to just two small villages in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor Richard Hall/The Independent 19/19 Zikia Ibrahim, 28, with her two-year-old son and 8-month-old daughter, after fleeing the Isis caliphate, on Saturday 26 January 2019 Richard Hall/The Independent Her tent, which has heating and a television, was decorated with hearts and fairy lights for Valentine’s Day and adorned with a bible verse about love and inspirational quotes. Speaking for the first time since she lost her appeal against Mr Javid’s decision earlier this month, she told ABC News reporter James Longman: “When my citizenship got rejected, I felt like my whole world fell apart right in front of me. “You know, especially the way I was told. I wasn’t even told by a government official. I had to be told by journalists. “I thought I would be a bit different because I had not done anything wrong before I came to Isis.” When asked about previous comments she has made about not regretting her decision to join Isis, Ms Begum said she was “afraid for my life”. She added: “I had just come into the camp. I had just given birth. Independent news email Only the best news in your inbox Read more: The Independent

👍👍 Tough So fuckin what? But she has citizenship of another one state... So what’s the problem. It's about time Shamima Begum realised a lot of people's worlds fell apart at the hands of daesh. Probably never had to face the consequences of her actions before...... If you were under threat in a displaced person's camp, I bet you'd be afraid to speak against those who might harm you.

Good for you..... ISIS passport next!!! Her world should have been terminated. Not many have sympathy for a young girl who thought the adventure and shag would somehow feel different. Cant blame her for being a kid I guess.

Shamima Begum says her 'whole world fell apart' after losing British citizenshipShe says she'd been 'afraid' for her life during earlier interviews in which she expressed no regret in joining ISIS . What a lovely home 👍. She looks happy. She joined ISIS. End of story. No sympathy. Save your print for important British issues not people with blood on their hands. How dare she cling to OUR & MY flag .

Shattered way back when left London to join terrorism... Rubbish if she was British she would never have left and fully embraced our culture End of Ah well, stay safe luv. Too bad you lefties don't have as much sympathy for Paki grooming gang child victims as for Isis members. Erm right. Okay then. She should have thought about this before becoming a bride of ISID

Oh dear, should have thought about that before she went. Unfortunately many people has been shattered by you Who gives a shit. The Independent has really been pushing biased journalism recently, always with a strong critical point of view. Usually a woke one. Oh dear how sad never mind

ISIS bride Shamima Begum says life 'fell apart' when UK stripped citizenshipThe former UK schoolgirl, 20, was one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State in February 2015 Is she a comedian? Because that's some twisted humor, if I ever heart it. Why did you go to ask her in the first place?

Accountability one of the most unpopular words for those who defend the indefensible and her actions were and always will be indefensible. She is not dispossed just deemed a security risk in the UK. You have to see the public's view on this one who would feel safe near her Tough. Just stay away. Oh dear oh dear oh Deary me

Who cares She was groomed Let this be a lesson to others. Good. 🤣🤣🤣 She should have stayed in the UK then! No sympathy for her!

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Play with feathers, get your arse tickled. Leave her to rot !!!!! When someone plays with fire...bye! Sets an extremely bad precedent when we're taking away citizenship, making her stateless instead of bringing her back to the UK to bring her to justuce. But I have a feeling of Begum was Stacey, a white English lass from Essex, the Twitter comments would be very different.

Why she wants citizenship of a country ruled by infidels? tough shit..... time to reflect on the living relatives of the people she stood and watched murdered with no remorse..... you made your bed... now you lie in it. Smallest violin playing It would have Blown apart if she had been successful Boo & may I add Hoo!

Shamima Begum says her 'whole world fell apart' after losing British citizenshipShe says she'd been 'afraid' for her life during earlier interviews in which she expressed no regret in joining ISIS . What a lovely home 👍. She looks happy. She joined ISIS. End of story. No sympathy. Save your print for important British issues not people with blood on their hands. How dare she cling to OUR & MY flag .

The Independent: Well maybe it will make others think before they follow her example ? Hahaha. Stand up comic. She went away to fight for the destruction of western society and feels betrayed when it rejected her? Fuck that noise. Religious fanaticism relies on the left’s humanity but shows none of its own.

GOOD!!!! Still never mind Who Cares!!! Good.

ISIS bride Shamima Begum says life 'fell apart' when UK stripped citizenshipThe former UK schoolgirl, 20, was one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State in February 2015 Is she a comedian? Because that's some twisted humor, if I ever heart it. Why did you go to ask her in the first place?

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