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Shamima Begum Claims ISIS Brides Are Trying To ‘Firebomb’ Tent

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Shamima Begum, who has begged Prime Minister Boris Johnson to let her return to the UK, is now claiming that ISIS brides are trying to ‘firebomb’ her tent at the Al-Roj camp in Syria, where she is currently based.

According to The Sun, the 22-year-old, who has had her UK citizenship revoked, is believed to have ‘angered’ the wives by dressing in Western clothes.

The source reportedly said: “Wearing trainers and makeup has angered the wives.”

Watch as Shamima Begum reveals why she joined ISIS in the clip below…

Earlier this year, the east Londoner said she was ‘sorry’ for joining ISIS in an interview on Good Morning Britain.

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.”

Addressing the Prime Minister, she continued: “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.”

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Elsewhere in the interview, Begum claimed that she has also lived in ‘fear’ of ISIS, so hopes that the British people can ‘forgive’ her.

She explained: “I know it’s very hard for the British people to try and forgive me because they have lived in fear of ISIS and lost loved ones because of ISIS, but I also have lived in fear of ISIS and I also lost loved ones because of ISIS, so I can sympathise with them in that way.

“I know it is very hard for them to forgive me but I say from the bottom of my heart that I am so sorry if I ever offended anyone by coming here if I ever offended anyone by the things I said.”

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