Two More ISIS Brides Have Had Their British Citizenships Revoked

13 March, 2019, 15:40 | Author: Trevor Moore
  • Ms Begum and her newborn son in a Syrian refugee camp

Two more Daesh* wives from the United Kingdom, sisters Reema (30) and Zara (28) Iqbal have had their passports revoked since marrying jihadists linked to murdering western hostages, The Sunday Times reports, citing legal sources.

Asked about the Iqbal sisters, British authorities told The Times they would not comment on individual cases.

It emerged on Friday that Ms Begum, now 19, had lost her third child.

It comes amid the ongoing row over whether Shamima Begum, the London teenager who ran away from home to join the ISIS terror group, should be allowed back into the UK.

"It's a two-way thing, really", she told the BBC, adding that the suicide bomber that killed 22 civilians at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester was a "kind of retaliation" for bombardments of ISIS-held enclaves, adding, "So I thought, ok, that is a fair justification".

Mr Hunt said journalists were less likely to be targeted than British officials. "Shamima knew when she made the decision to join Daesh, she was going into a country where there was no embassy, there was no consular assistance, and I'm afraid those decisions, very bad though it is, they do have consequences", he said.

It was reported that Begum could be eligible for Bangladeshi citizenship through her parents, but Dhaka said there was "no question" of her going there.

Aid group Save the Children called reports of the baby's death "incredibly sad" and urged Britain and other countries to "take responsibility" for their citizens in Syria.

Shadow home secretary Dianne Abbott blamed Javid's decision to remove Begum's citizenship for the child's death, accusing him of breaking worldwide law.

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The ISIS bride's three-week-old son died of pneumonia last week in a refugee camp in Syria.

In response to news of the boy's death, a government spokesperson said: "The death of any child is tragic and deeply distressing for the family".

She had left Bethnal Green in east London with two other schoolgirls to join the IS terror group in February 2015.

Diane Abbott, the United Kingdom shadow home secretary, said the baby's death was "a stain on the conscience of this government".

Her family, who pledged to appeal against the decision, also wrote to Mr Javid pleading with him to allow a safe passage for the boy to come to the UK.

"The Home Secretary failed this British child and he has a lot to answer for". They left the United Kingdom in 2013 in search of ISIS husbands who have been linked to Islamic extremism.

But he added that Britons had been warned since 2011 not to travel to Syria because of the conflict there.

"It is possible the death of this baby boy and others could have been avoided", she said.

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