ISIS bride Shamima Begum has been forced to FLEE a Syrian refugee camp with her newborn Jihadi son after death threats from other ISIS housewives, according to reports.
Other Jihadi brides were said to be furious with her plush tent and media attention, so a bounty ‘was put on her head.’
The Sun reported Begum was taken to another base in Syria after she was “threatened”.
A source said: “She is living in fear of her life. There is a bounty on her head. She felt she had no option but to move her and her child to have a chance of survival.
“Shamima has become something of a celebrity and is constantly looking over her shoulder, fearing brutal reprisals for daring to speak out about life with ISIS.”
Her lawyer, Tasnime Akunjee, told the Mirror he had not received confirmation of her leaving the camp, but that his “understanding was that she had been moved”.
Other jihadi wives believe she has disgraced ISIS by appearing in the media.
She has taken her week-old son Jerah – named after a 7th-century Islamic warlord – with her.
A source told The Sun: “Shamima was threatened directly in the camp.”
Shamima had her British citizenship revoked by the Home Secretary after claiming the Manchester Arena attack was ‘justified’.
SHOCKED AT BAN
Shamima was said to be “a bit shocked” when Home Secretary Sajid Javid banned her from returning to the UK by revoking her British citizenship last week.
Begum, now 19 travelled from London to join Islamic State in Syria in 2015 aged 15 told ITV News that the ban was “kind of heart-breaking”
“I am not that shocked but I am a bit shocked. It’s a bit upsetting and frustrating. I feel like it’s a bit unjust on me and my son.”
“It’s kind of heart-breaking to read. My family made it sound like it would be a lot easier for me to come back to the UK when I was speaking to them in Baghouz. It’s kind of hard to swallow.”
“I heard that other people are being sent back to Britain so I don’t know why my case is any different to other people, or is it just because I was on the news four years ago?” she said.
She doubled down on a shock statement and said again that “she doesn’t regret joining” ISIS.
She told Sky News that she “never did anything dangerous” and moaned “I can’t live in this camp forever.”
“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, it’s just not possible.”
“When I went to Syria I was just a housewife for the entire four years. I never did anything dangerous. I never made propaganda. I never encouraged people to come to Syria.”
UNFAZED BY SEVERED HEADS
Begum, originally from London’s Bethnal Green, married a Dutch convert to Islam in Syria and spoke of being “unfazed” when seeing severed heads in a bin for the first time.
Speaking to The Times in Feburary, Begum who was aged 15 when she fled Britain to back ISIS, along with two others to join the ‘fight’ against the West and our values by marrying an ISIS fighter.
She has been found in a refugee camp in Syria and now wants to return so that her unborn child can be saved, despite showing not a single shred of remorse.
Begum even admitted that she is ‘weak’ for wanting to return to the West, and added that “seeing a severed head” in a bin in the ISIS stronghold “did not faze her at all”.
In a sinister statement, Begum said: “I am not the same silly little school girl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago.” and admitted that “I don’t regret coming here”
She described her life as “normal” in former ISIS capital, Raqqa despite “bombing and stuff.”
The only reason she wants to return is so she can use Britain’s National Health Service to “save her unborn child.” after two of her ISIS children died in Syria.
CALLS FOR BAN REACH 500k
A petition to #BanBegum has now reached a whopping 570k signatures as UKIP Leader Gerard Batten called for a ban on the ISIS bride returning to the UK.
He said: “By her actions, Ms Begum has rejected British and Western cultural standards by joining Islamic State. It is unclear whether she took part in fighting herself; however, she displays no remorse or regrets for her actions.
“Britain must send a zero-tolerance message to anyone who leaves the country to join criminal terrorist organisations like Islamic State. Ms Begum should remain in Syria to face justice because that is where Islamic State have committed their crimes.”
“And now she wants to take advantage of the NHS. You can bet your bottom dollar there will be a lobby to get this girl home on humanitarian grounds.”
Dr Kim Howells, a former Foreign Office and Counter-Terrorism Minister under the Blair government, told MailOnline: “She sounds to be completely unrepentant, she sounds cynical, she said she wasn’t fazed by the sight of these heads in a bin as she described it.
Security minister Ben Wallace said “She’s a British citizen, she has rights. That’s the reality of it. It’s not about me or anyone else saying you can’t come.
“You have rights. But you know, don’t be surprised by what reception you get when you come back when it comes to investigations and law enforcement.”