UK: ISIS bride let back in, given taxpayer-funded house, ISIS flag on her Twitter account, but no terror charges

This isn’t Shamima Begum; this is another ISIS bride. Taxpayer paid for her home, and she has a photo of women holding ISIS flags on her Twitter account. Britain will, of course, get what it is paying for.

Leftists and Islamic supremacists frequently bring up the fact that I’m banned from entering the UK as if it is in itself proof that I’m an “extremist” who must be shunned by all decent people. In reality, as this story shows yet again, it’s a badge of honor. The Home Office recently banned Martin Sellner, Brittany Pettibone, Lauren Southern and Lutz Bachmann from entering, all for the crime of opposing jihad terror and Sharia oppression, and thereby made it clear that it is more authoritarian and unwilling to uphold the freedom of speech than ever – at least when it comes to criticism of Islam, Muslim rape gangs, and mass Muslim migration.

The bannings of Sellner, Pettibone, Southern, and Bachmann were just part of a long pattern. Pamela Geller and I were banned in 2013, apparently for life, also for the crime of telling the truth about Islam and jihad. Just days after Geller and I were banned, the British government admitted Saudi Sheikh Mohammed al-Arefe. Al-Arefe has said: “Devotion to jihad for the sake of Allah, and the desire to shed blood, to smash skulls, and to sever limbs for the sake of Allah and in defense of His religion, is, undoubtedly, an honor for the believer. Allah said that if a man fights the infidels, the infidels will be unable to prepare to fight.”

And Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri’s preaching of hatred and jihad violence was so hardline that he was banned from preaching in Pakistan, but the UK Home Office welcomed him into Britain.

The UK Home Office also admitted Shaykh Hamza Sodagar into the country, despite the fact that he has said: “If there’s homosexual men, the punishment is one of five things. One – the easiest one maybe – chop their head off, that’s the easiest. Second – burn them to death. Third – throw ’em off a cliff. Fourth – tear down a wall on them so they die under that. Fifth – a combination of the above.”

Theresa May’s relentlessly appeasement-minded government also admitted two jihad preachers who had praised the murderer of a foe of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws. One of them was welcomed by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Meanwhile, the UK banned three bishops from areas of Iraq and Syria where Christians are persecuted from entering the country.

“Jihadi bride let back into Britain is ruled too dangerous to keep her daughter – but she faces no terror charges despite expressing no remorse just like Shamima Begum,” by Abul Taher, The Mail on Sunday, February 17, 2019:

A British jihadi bride allowed to return to the UK after joining Islamic State (IS) has escaped prosecution – despite being told by a judge she is too dangerous to raise her daughter.

Described in court documents seen by The Mail on Sunday as an extremist who lied about her views, the woman spent two years living with her husband at the heart of the terror group’s so-called caliphate in Syria.

But this newspaper can reveal she is now at large in East London where it is understood she has been given a council flat at taxpayers’ expense.

She remains at liberty because anti-terror police failed to find enough evidence for a prosecution. Yet during a High Court custody battle, the woman was told she posed a serious threat to her child, who is now living with her grandmother.

The judge at the hearing said the toddler was at ‘risk of significant harm from the mother’s extremist ideology’.

Astonishingly, the woman’s Twitter account still carries a banner picture of a crowd of women raising black IS flags.

Her case bears remarkable similarities to that of pregnant teenager Shamima Begum who is begging to come home despite having ‘no regrets’ about her four years with IS.

Like Begum, the woman, who is in her 20s and cannot be named for legal reasons, has expressed no remorse for her actions. She is desperate, however, to raise her two-year-old daughter in Britain.

On arrival back in the UK in 2017, she was immediately arrested on suspicion of terrorist offences. Weeks later she was told the case had been dropped….

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