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British Jihadists – Shamima Begum – She Devil

British Jihadists

Shamima Begum

Age when left UK: 15 Home town: London

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Bethnal Green Academy pupils Shamima Begum and Amira Abase, both 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, travelled to Istanbul in February after telling their parents they were going out for the day. Police believe they have crossed the border into Syria. Mobile phone footage released to the media shows this was with the help of a people smuggler who is alleged to have worked for Canadian intelligence. The three girls had been studying for their GCSEs at the school in Tower Hamlets – where they have been described as “straight-A students”. They followed in the footsteps of their school friend, Sharmeena Begum who the Metropolitan Police say left

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Three UK schoolgirls ‘travelling to Syria’

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Shamima Begum
Shamima Begum

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 Shamima Begum  is one of three British schoolgirls from the Bethnal Green Academy in London who left home in February 2015 to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

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A Woman of ISIS who wants out

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Background

The three girls had been questioned by the police in December 2014 after another girl from their school travelled to Syria, but were found not to be at risk.[1] They flew via Turkish Airlines from Gatwick Airport to Istanbul on 17 February.[1] Their families went to Turkey in March to probe the disappearance, deeming the police investigation inadequate.[2]

Their disappearance has been attributed to Aqsa Mahmood, a Glasgow woman who joined ISIL in 2013. There have been electronic communications between the girls and Mahmood.[1] She faces criminal charges if she returns.[3] Mahmood denies the allegations.[4]

In March 2015, footage was circulated of Abase Hussen, father of Amira Abase, on a 2012 rally led by Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary against the film Innocence of Muslims. The Metropolitan Police examined the footage but said that it was unlikely that offences had been committed.[5] Hussen said in April that he feels ashamed of his involvement in the rally, as he did not know who had organised it.[6]

The girls stole family jewellery to pay for their flight. They will not face criminal charges if they return to the United Kingdom.[7]

Aftermath

The disappearance resulted in the Metropolitan Police giving evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee of the House of Commons on its circumstances in March 2015.[7] The families of the girls received an apology from Scotland Yard, who did not tell them about the other girl from their school who went to Syria in 2014.[8]

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that police should not be made “scapegoats” for people joining ISIL.[9] Contrary to the stance of the Metropolitan Police, Cameron said “Whoever has gone out to join a terrorist organisation is breaking the law and has to face the consequences of breaking the law and we have to let the law take its course in the proper way”.[10]

In March 2015, a travel ban was imposed upon five girls from the Bethnal Green Academy due to concerns from social services that they would join ISIL. The girls’ identities were kept secret, but the Press Association won a challenge at the High Court to be able to disclose that the girls attend the same school as the three who had already joined the group, stating that it was in the public interest.

According to The Guardian Two of the three east London schoolgirls who fled to join Islamic State in Syria have married men approved for them by the terrorist group, their families have told the Guardian.

Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and Amira Abase, 15, fled in February from Britain after deceiving their parents and siblings.

Two of the teenagers have been allowed to tell their families that they have been married and are living in the war-torn country. One phoned and another used a social media platform to tell the loved ones the news they have been dreading. At the request of their families, the Guardian is not naming the married pair.

Their families are said be be distraught at the news and have been clinging to the hope their daughters would want to come home.

The schoolgirls say that they have been separated and have been living apart for several weeks, in and around Raqqa, Syria – an Isis stronghold.

The two schoolgirls have been living with the men whom they married in a ceremony approved by Isis authorities.

The two schoolgirls are understood to have been given an effective “catalogue” of men deemed suitable by Isis for marriage. They then made their picks from those presented to them. The teenagers who married are believed to have been wed to older men, in their 20s.

Tasnime Akunjee, a solicitor representing the families, said they were grieving at the news of the marriages, as told to them by their daughters: “It has caused a lot of distress. It entrenches their lives in Syria, rather than in Britain. It erodes significantly hopes that they will come back.”

The girls initially lived together in Raqqa. They plotted the trip together, drawing up a shopping list of items to take with them.

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British Jihadists – Amira Abase – She Devil

British Jihadists

 Amira Abase  

Age when left UK: 15

Home town: London

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Bethnal Green Academy pupils Shamima Begum and Amira Abase, both 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, travelled to Istanbul in February after telling their parents they were going out for the day. Police believe they have crossed the border into Syria. Mobile phone footage released to the media shows this was with the help of a people smuggler who is alleged to have worked for Canadian intelligence. The three girls had been studying for their GCSEs at the school in Tower Hamlets – where they have been described as “straight-A students”. They followed in the footsteps of their school friend, Sharmeena Begum who the Metropolitan Police say left

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Three UK schoolgirls ‘travelling to Syria’

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Amira Abase is one of three British schoolgirls from the Bethnal Green Academy in London who left home in February 2015 to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

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A Woman of ISIS who wants out

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Background

The three girls had been questioned by the police in December 2014 after another girl from their school travelled to Syria, but were found not to be at risk.[1] They flew via Turkish Airlines from Gatwick Airport to Istanbul on 17 February.[1] Their families went to Turkey in March to probe the disappearance, deeming the police investigation inadequate.[2]

Their disappearance has been attributed to Aqsa Mahmood, a Glasgow woman who joined ISIL in 2013. There have been electronic communications between the girls and Mahmood.[1] She faces criminal charges if she returns.[3] Mahmood denies the allegations.[4]

In March 2015, footage was circulated of Abase Hussen, father of Amira Abase, on a 2012 rally led by Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary against the film Innocence of Muslims. The Metropolitan Police examined the footage but said that it was unlikely that offences had been committed.[5] Hussen said in April that he feels ashamed of his involvement in the rally, as he did not know who had organised it.[6]

The girls stole family jewellery to pay for their flight. They will not face criminal charges if they return to the United Kingdom.[7]

Aftermath

The disappearance resulted in the Metropolitan Police giving evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee of the House of Commons on its circumstances in March 2015.[7] The families of the girls received an apology from Scotland Yard, who did not tell them about the other girl from their school who went to Syria in 2014.[8]

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that police should not be made “scapegoats” for people joining ISIL.[9] Contrary to the stance of the Metropolitan Police, Cameron said “Whoever has gone out to join a terrorist organisation is breaking the law and has to face the consequences of breaking the law and we have to let the law take its course in the proper way”.[10]

In March 2015, a travel ban was imposed upon five girls from the Bethnal Green Academy due to concerns from social services that they would join ISIL. The girls’ identities were kept secret, but the Press Association won a challenge at the High Court to be able to disclose that the girls attend the same school as the three who had already joined the group, stating that it was in the public interest.

According to the Daily Mail the British runaway schoolgirl, Amira Abase 16, had married  Australian ISIS fanatic dubbed the ‘Ginger Jihadi’ in Syria.

The  British teenager who fled to Syria has married a notorious Islamic State terrorist, who sent a chilling message to The Mail on Sunday threatening attacks on Britain.

Amira Abase, 16 – who travelled to Syria with two other school friends from East London – has married Australian extremist Abdullah Elmir.

He has bragged that IS would not stop their murderous campaign until their flag was flying over Buckingham Palace.

Police have now launched an urgent investigation after the radicalised fighter sent a horrific warning to this newspaper that supporters of the terror group are ‘itching to do an attack’ on targets in London.

Dubbed the ‘Ginger Jihadi’ because of his long red hair, 18-year-old Elmir became a poster boy for the Islamic State after he fled his home city of Sydney last year, and later turned up in Syria, appearing in sick propaganda videos.

One of the youngest Western fighters to have joined the group, he sent a message to The Mail on Sunday following our exclusive investigation into Abase, who we exposed last week as trying to lure an undercover reporter to Syria to become a jihadi bride like herself.

Elmir confirmed that he has married the British schoolgirl, who was only 15 when she travelled to Syria via Turkey earlier this year, and told us not to contact her again.

Boasting of his ‘connections’ in Britain, he warned of attacks against the UK as ‘brothers that I know there… are itching to do an attack.’

He added: ‘This is a direct threat.’

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British Jihadists – Kadiza Sultana – She Devil See

 British Jihadi – 

Kadiza Sultana

Age when left UK: 15 Home town: London

Bethnal Green Academy pupils Shamima Begum and Amira Abase, both 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, travelled to Istanbul in February after telling their parents they were going out for the day. Police believe they have crossed the border into Syria. Mobile phone footage released to the media shows this was with the help of a people smuggler who is alleged to have worked for Canadian intelligence. The three girls had been studying for their GCSEs at the school in Tower Hamlets – where they have been described as “straight-A students”. They followed in the footsteps of their school friend, Sharmeena Begum who the Metropolitan Police say left

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Three UK schoolgirls ‘travelling to Syria’

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FULL STORY: Wives of ISIS

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Kadiza Sultana is one of three British schoolgirls from the Bethnal Green Academy in London who left home in February 2015 to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

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A Woman of ISIS who wants out

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Background

The three girls had been questioned by the police in December 2014 after another girl from their school travelled to Syria, but were found not to be at risk.[1] They flew via Turkish Airlines from Gatwick Airport to Istanbul on 17 February.[1] Their families went to Turkey in March to probe the disappearance, deeming the police investigation inadequate.[2]

Their disappearance has been attributed to Aqsa Mahmood, a Glasgow woman who joined ISIL in 2013. There have been electronic communications between the girls and Mahmood.[1] She faces criminal charges if she returns.[3] Mahmood denies the allegations.[4]

In March 2015, footage was circulated of Abase Hussen, father of Amira Abase, on a 2012 rally led by Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary against the film Innocence of Muslims. The Metropolitan Police examined the footage but said that it was unlikely that offences had been committed.[5] Hussen said in April that he feels ashamed of his involvement in the rally, as he did not know who had organised it.[6]

The girls stole family jewellery to pay for their flight. They will not face criminal charges if they return to the United Kingdom.[7]

Aftermath

The disappearance resulted in the Metropolitan Police giving evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee of the House of Commons on its circumstances in March 2015.[7] The families of the girls received an apology from Scotland Yard, who did not tell them about the other girl from their school who went to Syria in 2014.[8]

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that police should not be made “scapegoats” for people joining ISIL.[9] Contrary to the stance of the Metropolitan Police, Cameron said “Whoever has gone out to join a terrorist organisation is breaking the law and has to face the consequences of breaking the law and we have to let the law take its course in the proper way”.[10]

In March 2015, a travel ban was imposed upon five girls from the Bethnal Green Academy due to concerns from social services that they would join ISIL. The girls’ identities were kept secret, but the Press Association won a challenge at the High Court to be able to disclose that the girls attend the same school as the three who had already joined the group, stating that it was in the public interest.

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British Jihadists Women Documentary 2015

Islamic State is a one-way ticket for jihadi brides

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British Jihadi Women Documentary 2015

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Just two out of 600 females who have ran from the West to join the Islamic State (Isis) have returned home from Syria, government figures show.

But walking into the warzone is a one-way-ticket with a small chance of return, with little realising this, with only two of the so-called jihadi brides having escaped home.

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ISIS Sex-Slave Raping & Selling Girls (Full Documentary)

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In comparison to this, European government officials which monitor these numbers note that almost one-third of male jihadists have escaped the clutches of IS are on their way back from Syria.

According to researchers, many women and girls are unable to escape from the warzone – even if they realise they have made a huge mistake.

The girls who leave the west to join IS are married off straight away, either in Turkey or when they cross into Syria. There are around 20,000 foreign fighters and approximately 5,000 European fighters in Syria, so there is no shortage of men looking for wives. That number is expected to double by the end of 2015.

Sara Khan, a British Muslim whose group Inspire campaigns against the dangers of extremist recruiters, told the Associated Press: “It’s so romanticized, the idea of this utopia. I don’t even think those young girls have necessarily considered that there’s no way back now.”

The women are not allowed to travel without a male, if they do they could face punishment, according to material IS published.

Sterlina Petalo is a Dutch teenager who converted to Islam, and came to known as Aicha. She travelled to Syria in 2014 to marry a Dutch jihadi fighter there and managed to return months later – it is assumed she made her way to Turkey, where her mother picked her up and brought her back to the Netherlands. Back home, she was immediately arrested on suspicion of joining a terror group.

A 25-year-old Briton, who police did not name also made her way back to the UK along with her toddler that she took all the way to Raqqa. She decided she made a mistake and called home, she made her way back to Turkey and called her father there who met her there. In the UK she was detained and charged but is now free on bail.

Currently 60 British women and girls have fled the UK to become jihadi brides, including three girls from Bethnal Green in East London who ran away in February.

Amira Abase, 15, Shamima Begum, 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, were captured on CCTV before arriving in Syria. The video was recorded on 17 February, the day the three friends left their homes in East London, after telling their families they would be out for the day.

They are now believed to be living in the IS stronghold Raqqa, however reports suggest that they have been separated and possibly married off to fighters as jihadi brides.

These three girls left the UK on their own free will and are now apparently are being trained for “special missions’ and are likely to die in the Middle East as suicide bombers Um Asmah, a Islamic State commander who is now on the run, told Sky News.

Um Asmah said the girls were “very, very happy” on arrival and had been laughing and smiling, but they were unprepared and had little experience of living permanently veiled and under the strict regime.

Their fate has already been determined by the terror group, she explained, adding: “Everything is already decided for you and you cannot evade it or refuse it. You cannot have a mind of your own,” Asmah told Sky News.

She said the Bethnal Green trio are special to the terror group, but the extremist group has plenty more foreign girls, with more joining each month.

Jihadi bride: Another Briton who left Britain to join ISIS is Lewisham-born Khadijah Dare (left). Here she is pictured alongside her Swedish terrorist

Now on the run, Um Asmah says she will be killed if she is ever caught by IS fighters. “I am a traitor and an unbeliever now,” she said. “I am scared every minute and of everyone I meet.”

This week, Metropolitan Police counter terrorism officers stopped a 16-year-old girl from London travelling to Syria after she was groomed on Twitter to flee to the war zone and marry an IS soldier.