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Shamima Begum ‘Fears For Life’ In Syrian Refugee Camp

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Shamima Begum reportedly ‘fears for her life’ at the Syrian refugee camp, Al-Roj. 

In an interview with the Daily Mail, the 22-year-old has claimed that she and her Dutch friend, Hafida Haddouch, are having ‘firebombs’ thrown at their tents.

She reportedly said: “When the first tent fire happened we just got back to normal and then the second fire happened and then we just live in fear constantly.

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“In the past few months, they have happened more than they’ve happened in the past few years.”

According to the publication, Begum is one of 50 British women and children at the Syrian camp, where around 800 people are currently housed in total.

It’s believed that the Londoner has been made vulnerable to these alleged attacks due to the way she now dresses.

As previously reported in The Sun, a source said: “Wearing trainers and makeup has angered the wives.”

Shamima Begum Insists She ‘Didn’t Hate Britain’ When She Fled To Syria

Begum’s claims about the camp come not long after her controversial appearance on Good Morning Britain.

During her appearance, she made an offer to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to help him stop terrorism.

Addressing the PM, she said: “You are clearly struggling with extremism and terrorism in your country. 

“I could very much help you with that because you clearly don’t know what you’re doing.

“I want them [the British public] to see me as an asset rather than a threat to them.”

Elsewhere in the chat, she added that the only crime she has committed is being ‘dumb enough’ to join ISIS.

Begum claimed: “No one can hate me more than I hate myself for what I’ve done and all I can say is I’m sorry and just give me a second chance.

“The only crime I think I committed was being dumb enough to come to ISIS.”

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