Jihadi bride let back into UK ruled too dangerous to keep her daughter – but faces no terror charges despite expressing no remorse


Britain’s suicide continues. This is not the exception, but the rule. Not just this jihadi bride, but also vicious hate-spewing imams are warmly welcomed into the UK, but the ban on my entering the UK still stands. The UK government has banned proud, pro-Israel Jews like me while welcoming vicious hatemongering jihadists, feeding the current spike in islamo-nazism in the UK. Of course, the UK is doomed. Do British authorities really think that they will suffer no consequences from this? Do they really think that if they coddle jihadis and look the other way as they recruit for jihad, and ban me from the country, that the problem of jihad terrorism will go away?

“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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