Shamima Begum’s like a domestic abuser who offers to help clean and bandage the wounds & fractures, says Ulrika Johnson


SHAMIMA Begum is like a domestic abuser who offers to help clean and bandage the wounds and fractures they prompted, Ulrika Johnson has talked about.

The former ISIS bride, 22, has as rapidly as as quickly as further made headlines as she appealed to return residence after leaving the UK aged 15 to be a a part of ISIS in Syria.

Shamima Begum spoke with GMB yesterday about how she might help cease Brits being groomed by ISIS
Begum left the UK to join ISIS at the age of 15 and is now appealing to return
Begum left the UK to be a a part of ISIS at the age of 15 and is now fascinating to returnCredit: ITV

The youthful lady claimed she would have the alternative to help cease future jihadis from being groomed on-line after her personal expertise.

Her interview on Good Morning Britain prompted waves as she appealed instantly to Boris Johnson, saying: “I think I could very much help you in your fight against terrorism because you clearly don’t know what you’re doing and I want to help.”

But Ulrika Johnson presently slammed Begum’s options – saying she was like a domestic violence abuser. 

Writing for The Sun, the former Gladiator presenter talked about: “This youthful lady who has for the previous couple of years used the innocence of age; vilification and victimisation by the media; her shy and impressionable persona and folks ‘making things up about her’ as a defence for her want to be a a part of ISIS, aged 15.

“In one other manipulative try to forge her freeway to freedom and in a dramatic change of picture, she has not solely adopted a western look to help normalise her for us however has made a direct enchantment to the PM that she is perhaps keen to help in the struggle in the path of terrorism.

“No doubt, she hasn’t misplaced the battle to return to the UK nevertheless and some Human Rights lawyer will struggle her case till she finds herself as soon as extra in the nation she betrayed.

“And all the whereas I used to be watching and listening, the solely parallel I’d draw was with that of a domestic abuser who has crushed, injured and violated their sufferer and then with out even drawing breath, offers to help clean and bandage the wounds and fractures.  

“How, in so many conditions of abuse and treachery, the perpetrator transforms themselves into the sufferer. 

“I’ve seen it. I’ve lived it. And I’m not in search of it.”

In the interview Begum appeared sporting a black Nike baseball cap, a gray vest extreme and lipstick alongside alongside collectively along with her hair down.

Her look was utterly utterly completely totally different as in distinction to her earlier interviews the place she appeared with a hijab and no make-up.

Asked whether or not or not or not she was groomed by ISIS, the former jihadi bride talked about: “I think yes, I was groomed and taken advantage of and manipulated into coming.”

She talked about that at the time she didn’t know ISIS “was a death cult”.

Speaking from northern Syria, she added: “I assumed it was an Islamic neighborhood that I used to be turning into a member of.

“I was being fed a lot of information on the internet by people in ISIS telling me I need to come because I can’t be a good Muslim in the UK.”

In February 2019, the British authorities issued an order revoking her British citizenship and acknowledged that she would in no way be allowed to return.

But in July 2020, the Court of Appeal dominated that Begum ought to be permitted to return to the UK so as to pretty contest this willpower by instructing approved professionals appropriately.

This ruling was appealed to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom which in February dominated unanimously in the path of her, thus reversing the willpower of the Court of Appeal.

She was pictured leaving Gatwick airport in 2015
She was pictured leaving Gatwick airport in 2015Credit: PA
Ulrika Johnson wrote about Begum for The Sun
Ulrika Johnson wrote about Begum for The SunCredit: The Mega Agency

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