Shamima Begum

It was Begum's second appeal to return to the place of her birth.
The teenager who left the UK to join IS in 2015 is back in the news, as she reveals more details about how she felt leaving Britain to join a terror group.
At 15 years old, Shamima Begum and two other girls travelled from east London to join Islamic state in Syria. After more than three years living under their control, Begum was found in a refugee camp. The then-home secretary Sajid Javid stripped her of her citizenship but the case has raised questions over the legality and power of doing so and Begum has now won the right to appeal, and return to Britain to fight, the decision.
Begum became an Isis bride when she was just 15, but now wants the UK's forgiveness and to return home.
Begum was one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State (IS) in February 2015.
Stripping Begum’s citizenship was a jingoistic act that didn’t make Britain any safer. She is British, and deserves sentencing here, writes Maighna Nanu.
People voice fears that Shamima Begum’s banishment tells people with foreign descent that they are not fully British or fully accepted.
The Mail on Sunday reported that Jack Letts – a dual British and Canadian national – has had his UK citizenship revoked.
“Ms Begum was a pawn to your vanity," Mohammed Akunjee wrote in a letter.