The 22-year-old told journalist Andrew Drury that she has the ‘tools’ to stop younger people ‘believing in terrorism’.
When asked if she would help the UK government, Begum replied: “Of course, yeah, I actually think it’s important that they know so they can prevent it in future for other people.
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“The fight against terrorism is not a one-man job, it’s multiple people with multiple skills.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Begum said she ‘doesn’t have any messages’ for her family or the public, as she’s ‘tired’ of not being ‘believed’.
She added: “If I give a message to my family I want it to be face to face, not through the media, my family are very private people and I respect their privacy.”
In a previous interview with Good Morning Britain, Begum claimed she was ‘groomed’ by extremists and that she didn’t know ISIS was a ‘death trap’.
She explained: “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.”
At present, Begum has been refused the right to re-enter the UK by the Supreme Court and is reportedly living at the Al-Roj detention centre camp in Syria.
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