It's her manner when saying we should feel sorry her, at the same time saying she had a good time there with still no remorse for atrocities! Presumably, if they had not all been captured or killed, she would be happy to stay there.
As she's now had the baby, I'd have thought the best solution, as she's concerned about his safety, would be to bring the baby over here to be raised by her family/placed with foster parents and to leave her over there as it was her decision to leave this country in the first place. (Just my opinion 😉)
That would require her co-operation which is unlikely at the moment. I bet there are plans by various parties to get her out of Syria and to a British Embassy so she can wangle her way back to the UK.The child needs to be brought up by someone other than her. If she did get back to the UK would she then want her Dutch Isil husband to join her?Would he have rights?
Would I be right in thinking that as the camp is in Syria, they will have the final say on what should be done with captives? I can't see them wanting Deash captives to released, or are they prisoners of war, bound by the Geneva Convention? Syria hasn't exactly followed any of the rules the last few years.
Shamima Begum could use newborn's British nationality to return to UK - as she moans that stripping her citizenship is 'unjust on me and my son. It's a bit upsetting and frustrating. It's kind of heart-breaking to read'. She added that if Britain won't have her Holland might because she is married Dutch jihadi Yago Riedijk and said: 'Maybe I can ask for citizenship in Holland. If he gets sent back to prison in Holland I can just wait for him while he is in prison'.
Begum's family says she does not have a Bangladeshi passport and has never been there, making Mr Javid's decision illegal, they claim.