ISIS bride barred from returning to UK blasts country for “failing to show her courtesy”

She takes for granted her superiority as a Muslim, “the best of people” (Qur’an 3:110), and the inferiority of the non-Muslims, “the most vile of created beings” (Qur’an 98:6), and the concomitant fact that the non-Muslims owe her deference.

“ISIS bride Shamima Begum blasts Britain ‘for failing to show her courtesy,’” by Chris Kitching, Mirror, February 24, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

ISIS bride Shamima Begum has blasted Britain amid her pleas to be allowed back home after fleeing the UK and joining the terror group.

Begum was 15 when she and two other east London schoolgirls left their homes in Bethnal Green and travelled to Syria to become militants’ wives.

But after the fall of ISIS’ self-proclaimed caliphate the 19-year-old is living in a squalid detention camp with her newborn son and begging to be allowed to return

Begum, who has been stripped of her citizenship, claims British officials have not contacted her at the al-Hol camp, adding: “They haven’t given me that courtesy.”

The jihadi bride also told the Sunday Telegraph in a new interview that she regrets speaking to the media, a decision which has led to her losing her British citizenship and sparked a debate over whether she should be allowed back in the UK.

She claims she UK is making an “example” of her by revoking her citizenship, and suggested she might have been able to keep her UK passport if her case had not attracted so much attention.

Begum said: “They are making an example of me. I regret speaking to the media. I wish I had stayed low and found a different way to contact my family. That’s why I spoke to the newspaper.”

Her father Ahmed Ali, 60, said he “does not have a problem” with the Government’s stance and suggested he did not have sympathy for his daughter due to her lack of remorse.

Speaking to the Mail on Sunday at his home in the Sunamganj region of north-east Bangladesh, he said: “I am on the side of the Government. I can’t say whether it is right or wrong, but if the law of the land says that it is correct to cancel her citizenship, then I agree.

“If she at least admitted she made a mistake then I would feel sorry for her and other people would feel sorry for her. But she does not accept her wrong.”

Begum’s family have written to the Home Secretary asking for his help to bring her newborn son, Jarrah, to Britain.

The letter to Sajid Javid said the baby boy was a “true innocent” who should not “lose the privilege of being raised in the safety of this country”….

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