An attorney representing her parents at the time said Muthana was "brainwashed" over the Internet, according to the Associated Press, and that she went against her family's wishes and the teachings of Islam by secretly boarding a plane to Turkey in late 2014 to link up with ISIS.
The schoolgirl who fled London to join the Islamic State group has said there was "fair justification" for the Manchester Arena terrorist attack and that they were a "retaliation" for attacks on IS. She would be more likely to perpetuate her open disdain and bitterness towards this tolerant country and blame us for her predicament.
"She's still a young girl and look at the people around her".
Her family have offered to raise the child, away from the ideology that has characterised her four years overseas.
Ms Dick said: "This case and other cases that are talked about in the same sentences just really underline how bad the circumstances are and have been in Syria and just how risky it has been, and would continue to be, for anybody from this country to think of travelling there - unsafe physically and risky legally". It's one thing to kill a soldier that is fighting you, it's fine, it's self-defence. "But neither was I and neither were other women who are being killed right now back in Baghuz".
And a third said: "I'm sorry, I think Danny is brilliant, but you're wrong on this my son".
"I believe that America gives second chances".
He said the runaway schoolgirl must have been "lost within her soul" to go to Syria.
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Asked whether the United Kingdom should allow back Begum, who has given birth to a baby boy, Dyer replied: 'Yes, because I feel she needs a chance, maybe to explain what was going on and maybe we can understand a little bit more about how they got to her and how she felt it was the right move to jump on a plane and leave this country at 15 years of age.
It is convenient that Muthana's regrets come only after ISIS has been defeated and she languishes in a refugee camp. She shouldn't be allowed back.
Twenty-three people including the attacker died in the suicide bombing at the arena in Mancheter on May 22, 2017.
Yet while curtailing academic freedom, the scheme, launched by Labour in 2003 but expanded by the coalition in 2011, appears to have successfully identified or stopped very few individuals who would otherwise have left the country to join Isis. "If you back terror, there must be consequences", he said. She said: "The poster girl thing was not my choice". I'm not going to go back and promote people to go to ISIS or anything, if anything I'm going to encourage them not to go because it's not all it seems in their videos.
In an earlier interview with Sky News, she said she didn't know what she was getting into when she left and now wanted to bring her baby back to Britain with her. "I'm not paying for their bullets". "Not just the fighting videos, but yeah the fighting videos as well, I guess".
"Everything I've been through, I didn't expect I would go through that".
Madeley argued that she wouldn't have been radicalised in the same way without access to the internet. He said: "It is nearly inconceivable that no agency has been investigated let alone held to account for the litany of failures that resulted in the Bethnal Green schoolgirls managing to travel to Isis".