Shamima Begum in a photograph held by her sister Renu in 2015 after she left the UK to join Islamic State in Syria. Photo: Reuters Shamima Begum in a photograph held by her sister Renu in 2015 after she left the UK to join Islamic State in Syria. Photo: Reuters
Shamima Begum in a photograph held by her sister Renu in 2015 after she left the UK to join Islamic State in Syria. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Return of ‘jihadi bride’ to UK would send out wrong message about terrorism

  • If Shamima Begum were allowed to return home, it would suggest that joining murderous militant groups doesn’t have consequences

Topic |   Islamic State
Shamima Begum in a photograph held by her sister Renu in 2015 after she left the UK to join Islamic State in Syria. Photo: Reuters Shamima Begum in a photograph held by her sister Renu in 2015 after she left the UK to join Islamic State in Syria. Photo: Reuters
Shamima Begum in a photograph held by her sister Renu in 2015 after she left the UK to join Islamic State in Syria. Photo: Reuters
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