‘Bride of Isis’ in Syria since 2015. Court rejects the appeal, she cannot return to her motherland
Shamima Begum, ‘Bride of Isis’ When she went to Syria to join the jihadist group, when she was one
15 year old student, she will not be able to return Great britain To be able to challenge the person to challenge the decision of the Ministry of Interior British citizenship. It was established by the British Supreme Court, explaining that the court “unanimously accepts all appeals of the Interior Minister and rejects Begum’s appeal”.
Last year, however, the appeal submitted by the twenty-year-old’s family was upheld, authorizing him to return to Great Britain. The British government had quickly said that it would fight the decision. An earlier decision by the Special Immigration Appeal Commission (SIAC) stated that Begum was not illegally deported to Syria because she was entitled to Bangladesh citizenship.
Begum left London in 2015 to join ISIS with two teenagers and Koetian friends. Four years later she was found nine months pregnant in a Syrian refugee camp. Javid, the then Secretary of the Interior Sajid, revoked his citizenship on the grounds that he had the right to become a citizen of Bangladesh, the birthplace of his parents. Begum never went to Bangladesh.
One followed Legal battle The high-level in which Begum’s lawyers also argued that the defendant could not adequately defend himself because he was in a camp in northeast Syria was unable to contact his own lawyers. Begum’s son, Jarrah, died soon after his mother’s citizenship was revoked. The woman said she had two other children while living under ISIS, but both died.