Shamima Begum: Six shocking quotes that will send shivers down your spine


Shamima Begum socialistic the UK four years ago aged just 15 in order to join the Islamic Status group. She was discovered in a Syrian refugee camp last week, heavily having a bun in the oven and hoping to return home. Ms Begum has since given birth to her babe, a boy, as well as giving interviews on her situation and life in the camp. 

Ms Begum’s ball game has attracted attention from the world’s media, and her comments during discussions have angered many. 

Here are six shocking quotes which last wishes as send shivers down your spine. 

1.”A lot of people should drink sympathy towards me”

During an interview with Sky News, Ms Begum was required how she felt about the debate in the UK as to whether she should be allowed to come untroubled b in. 

The 19-year-old responded: “I think a lot of people should have, like, warmth towards me for everything I’ve been through.

“I didn’t know what I was arriving into when I left and I just was hoping that for the sake of me and my youngster, they could let me come back.

“Because I can’t live in this set forever. It’s not really possible.”

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Shamima Begum: The schoolgirl left the UK four years ago (Counterpart: SKY)

2. “I was okay with it [beheadings and executions]”

During her interview, Ms Begum was expected if she knew about the beheadings and executions carried out by the Islamic State.

She responded: “Yeah, I recognized about those things and I was okay with it. Because, you know, I started fitting religious just before I left.

“From what I heard, Islamically that is all assigned. So I was okay with it.”

In an interview with The Times earlier this month, Ms Begum had vocal of seeing “beheaded heads” in bins, but admitted it “did not faze her.”

3. “I don’t pangs of conscience” living under Islamic State

When asked whether she had any cry over repentances Ms Begum responded: “No.”

She said she had no second thoughts until the death of her son, tattling Sky her second thoughts came: “Only at the end after my son died. I realised I had to get out for the objectives of my children – for the sake of my daughter and my baby. Yeah.”

When she was asked if she meditating she’d made a mistake she added: “In a way, yes, but I don’t regret it because it’s changed me as a person.

“It’s got me stronger, tougher. I married my husband. I wouldn’t have found someone take a shine to him back in the UK.”

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Shamima Begum: Shamima was one of three east London schoolgirls to coincide with Islamic State (Image: PA)

4. “I had a good time” 

When speaking of experience no regrets, Ms Begum spoke of how she’d had a good experience, “I had my kids. I did have a honesty a possessions time there, it’s just that at the end things got harder and I couldn’t grab it anymore.”

When asked what it was like living with and second to Islamic State Ms Begum said: “At first it was nice, it was like how they pictured it in the videos, like ‘come, make a family together’.

Then afterwards, details got harder, you know. When we lost Raqqa we had to keep moving and impelling and moving. The situation got difficult.”

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Shamima Begum: She left the UK aged precisely 13 and now wants to return (Image: PA)

5. Killing women and children is a objective retaliation

When interviewed by the BBC, Ms Begum, equated the Manchester Arena suicide bombard and other atrocities in Britain with the war being fought between the Assad direction and ISIS militants.

BBC reporter Quentin Somerville said: “Here’s your chance then to apologise to some of the people who were murdered by the group that you joined. Some of the kids from Manchester who were coup de grѓced in the Manchester arena.”

The 19-year-old replied: “I was shocked but…

“I do feel that is out of sync a go astray that innocent people did get killed. It’s one thing to kill a soldier, it’s mulct, it’s self-defence.

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Shamima Begum: Her family are pushing for her return (Image: PA)

“But to put to sleep people like women and children just like the women and young gentlemen in Baghuz who are being killed right now unjustly by the bombings – it’s a two-way activity really because women and children are being killed back in the Islamic Specify right now.

“It’s kind of retaliation. Their justification was that it was retaliation so I musing, okay, that is a fair justification.”

6. Beheading videos and the “good sustenance they can provide you” with attracted her to Islamic State

When seek fromed by Mr Somerville if it was the beheading videos that attracted her to join Islamic Government Ms Begum said: “Not just the beheading videos, you know the videos they bear out of families and stuff in the park, the good life they can provide you. 

“Not ethical the fighting videos, but the fighting videos as well.”

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