There are many people searching for articles on the web to find out who is Shamima Begum and her friends Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana. Talking about Shamima, Begum is a British born woman and a British citizen, but she joined the IS terrorist group and immigrated to Syria. Furthermore, it was also discovered that Shamima was only 15 years old when she left the UK and entered Syria to join the IS group. Here, we have discussed much more about her. So, stay attached to this page and you need to go through the following sections. Drag down the page and take a look below.
Shamima Begum (Image credit: Getty)
What happened to Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana?
In fact, Shamima Begum has been fired by her former best friend, who has called the former London student a non-believer after leaving IS. Shamima was recently tracked down and interviewed by a BBC reporter. Shamima was found to have escaped from a detention center to raise funds for the IS terror group. Last month, she challenged the British government to deny her British citizenship, but lost the challenge. Shamima Begum, a former Bethnal Green student, had reportedly been trying to get her passport back since then Home Secretary Sajid Javid made the decision in February 2019. Scroll down the page and read more details.
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In addition, the Bethnal Green alumnus also fired her best friend by commenting that she “lives on the benefits”. Furthermore, Shamima, who joined IS in 2015, said that she simply followed her friends into what became the greatest misery of her life. And during a hearing last year in November, Shamima Begum’s lawyer, Samantha Knights KC, told the Special Immigration Appeals Commission in London that Shamima had been the victim of a certain Islamic State propaganda machine. She was also lured to Syria when she was 15 in 2015. Scroll down the page and read more details.
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Shamima Begum has reportedly left the UK along with her two friends Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana. Shamima said: “Sharmeena was, you know, talking to us face to face about, you know, coming to ISIS. They were manipulating me into thinking this was the right thing to do and they were manipulating me with lies about where she would go and what she would do. I mean, in my opinion, although Sharmeena is probably still a radical. I will say that she was also a victim of ISIS.” Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.