A JIHADI schoolgirl who ran away to Syria to join Isis has the “right to come home” but could face years in jail, the security minister
A JIHADI schoolgirl who ran away to Syria to join Isis has the “right to come home” but could face years in jail, the security minister has revealed.
Ben Wallace said as a British citizen that Shamima Begum can come back into the country but can expect to face prison when she gets here.
He told Sky News this morning: “As a British citizen she has the right to home here.”
But he added: “Anyone who goes to fight for Isis, a dreadful, horrendous group, should expect to be interviewed and potentially prosecuted.”
Last night the 19-year-old teen, who fled from East London to join fighters abroad when she was just 15, said she wants now to come home to have her third child.
But she said she didn’t regret her decision to go out there, and wasn’t phased by seeing the sick crimes of the terror group.
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