Shamima Begum ​you should have sympathy ​for me you don’t have proof ​i​ did anything dangerous

Islamic State Bride Shamima Begum has told Sky News that people should have sympathy for her, telling viewers they have no proof she was no more than a housewife looking for her husband.

She believes the people of the UK cannot allow her to continue living like this in a refugee camp.

She was aware of beheadings and executions happening but was “ok with it” because “Islamically that is allowed”.

In an Interview with Sky News Shamima Begum has said that she believes a of people should have sympathy for her in her wish to come back to the UK.

Aged 19 and having just given birth to a baby boy at the Syrian refugee camp she stated that we have no proof against her, the UK authorities have no evidence against her for “doing anything dangerous”.

Claiming that she had simply been a housewife during her four years living within a terrorist caliphate.

Admitting she was aware of beheadings and executions happening, but was “ok with it” because “Islamically that is allowed”.

She told Sky News “I think a lot of people should have sympathy towards me for everything I have been through.”

“I didn’t know what I was getting into when I left.

“I was hoping that maybe for the sake of me and my child they’d let me come back.

“Because I can’t live in this camp forever.”

She added: “They don’t have any evidenced against me doing anything dangerous.

“When I went to Syria I was just a housewife fr the entire four years. Stayed at home took care of my kids.

“I never did anything dangerous. I never made propaganda. I never encouraged people to come to Syria.”

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Trevor Sherwood is the Editor of Police Hour. Trevor studied Crime and Investigation at Teesside Uni and has a background within policing.

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