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Shamima Begum Begs The Uk To Let Her Come Back

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Bobbisox1 | 09:59 Tue 15th Jun 2021 | News
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She’s says “I was just a dumb kid when I joined ISIS”
Do you trust her?

https://news.sky.com/topic/shamima-begum-7972

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Naa, she's a wrong un.
If you can look at a bucket full of severed heads and say you're not phased by it then you are radio rental.
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There’s something very cold behind those eyes Tora
Do I trust dumb kids? NO
She should never be allowed back here.
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I saw this on Sky News , it’s also being discussed on JV now
A 15 yr old surely knows the difference between right and wrong ( shes 21 now)
If we were all judged for the people we were at the age of 15 I dare to think where most would be today.
I think what we have here are crocodile tears. She knew what she was doing it wasn't just a passing thought, it took a lot of arranging and travel etc to get there. She's just realising that she left her meal ticket to cop off with some murderous low life savages. Maybe had visions of being a leading lady in the new Caliphate and dusky nights of romance in a desert hideaway, like the 70's Fry's chocolate cream ad. Now that hasn't worked out she's stuck in a Syrian refugee camp and would rather be on the rock and roll in good old Blighty.
Well-educated England cricketer posts something stupid on Twitter, aged 18 ... "he was just a teenager".

Poorly educated Moslem girl runs away and joins ISIS, aged 15 ... "she knew what she was doing".

I'd say the upbringing had a lot to do with it in both cases ...
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She'll be let back in eventually - just do it & stop with all the hoo-hah.
To answer the question "Do you trust her?": no, not at all, I don't trust her, not after what she's both done and been through in her life. But whether I trust her or not has no bearing on whether she should be allowed back in. There are a lot of people already in the UK that I don't trust!
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Do you think all the stuff she’s seen , heads in buckets etc, that she can come back here and live a unaffected life? If she does get back as Dave apparently thinks she will, she should be tried for what’s she’s done, joining an enemy, and be hit with a very long sentence, !
Let her in, I'm sure we can find a nice cosy prison cell for her over here.

The question remains, how long does she expect to survive in the UK? She'd be public enemy number one if she was over here and free. Many English nationals hate her and some of the more extreme ones would be happy to end her if given the chance, and I expect that many of the more fanatical Muslims hate her for turning her back on ISIS.
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That’s a very good point Mozz
davebro is probably correct, we'll let her in then spend gazillions on a new Identity and protection etc.
"That’s a very good point Mozz"

It's not actually because in the UK we don't hunt down people and kill them. She'd survive just fine just like most people.
"Do you think all the stuff she’s seen , heads in buckets etc, that she can come back here and live a unaffected life? " - put her on a Glasgow council estate it'll be just like "home"!
NTKP: "It's not actually because in the UK we don't hunt down people and kill them. She'd survive just fine just like most people." - Right oh! Damn, I wish we'd know that before we spent all that toot on the Bulger killers!
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/// It's not actually because in the UK we don't hunt down people and kill them. She'd survive just fine just like most people.///
Tell that to Lee Rigby’s family !

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