Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Begum was one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State (IS) in February 2015.
Dominic Raab said the child was repatriated this week.
One of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's closest confidants gave Iraqi intelligence teams information on how the Islamic State leader evaded capture for so many years.
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Yago Riedijk, who is Dutch, said he rejects the Islamic State.
Everyone is talking about the 19-year-old's possible return – but the reaction exposes a grey area in the UK's policy on this issue.
Shamima Begum was only 15-years-old when she left her home in London without her family’s knowledge, and fled with two friends to join the Islamic State in Syria. Four years later, Begum is hoping to return to the UK to raise her baby, due imminently. Begum is not the only British national to have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join the Islamic State group. The UK government must now decide how to handle the re-integration of these people, if they are even allowed back in the country.
It all started in 2015, when three girls went missing from a school in east London.
Why are Syrian Muslims judged as extremists for fighting back against a brutal regime?