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US NewsISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days

11:50  12 february  2019
11:50  12 february  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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More IS Britons identified at Syria camps - Sky sources More Britons who joined Islamic State - mainly women - are believed to have been identified at Syrian camps in the last few days. Sky sources say it is only thought to be a small number but there could be more British nationals who have yet to be identified. It comes as a pregnant British schoolgirl who joined the terror group and married an IS fighter said she did not regret fleeing the UK - but wants to come home so her baby can be looked after. © Rex Features Shamima Begum joined the terror group but now wants to come home Shamima Begum was tracked down by The Times to a refugee camp in northern Syria.

Many are thought to be trying to return to the West as the IS caliphate collapses. Brussels fears the decline of ISIS and its territories is prompting women and their children to flee the Middle East and She was killed by a Predator missile near the border of Iraq and Syria as she tried to flee the group ' s

Her family believes it was here that she fell under the influence of a group of ultra-conservative Having picked her way through a minefield with her youngest child in a buggy, John gave her After fleeing Syria, she has visited a social networking site used by her husband to post his extremist

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An ISIS bride has pleaded not to be 'judged too harshly' after escaping the terror group's last remaining territory in Syria.

The 46-year-old Canadian woman, Kimberley, said she 'didn't know all the politics' when she travelled to Syria as a 'humanitarian'.

She said she had been imprisoned by ISIS and escaped their last holdout in Baghouz, where tens of thousands of civilians have fled to opposition territory.

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“I was horrified that she openly admitted to FBI agents that she seriously considered launching a VIP attack right inside the United States,” said Speckhard, who is also a Georgetown University psychology professor. ISIS is known for sex slavery, mass rape and other brutally misogynistic practices.

Thanks for contacting us . We ' ve received your submission. Back to Reading. “I faced a lot of racism,” she said. “I was looking for a way to retaliate, and I wanted honor again.” Within 24 hours, she met her new beau, an IT professional named Craig, who wasn’ t turned off by her strange past.

Syrian fighters backed by the United States are battling to force ISIS out of Baghouz in a final push this week.

ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kimberley, a 46-year-old Canadian woman who travelled to Syria claiming she 'didn't know all the politics', at a Kurdish-controlled camp after fleeing the terror group's remaining territory

Speaking to ITV News at a Kurdish-controlled camp, she said: 'I knew that they were fighting but I didn't know all the politics.

'I came as a humanitarian, I came wanting to help to offer the skills that I had to help mainly women and children here.

'It's constant bombings, it's constant people fleeing, it's people fleeing, it's pulling bodies from houses, it's pulling children from houses as they collapse.

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The British-born jihadi bride who was married to the most senior American member of ISIS has spoken out In January, Daily Mail reported that there were some questions around just how completely Tania had Reporter Graeme Wood believes she is genuinely reformed. And, as she wrote in one of her

Hillary Clinton attacked those same women, four of those women are here tonight … She ’ s seen laughing on two occasions, laughing at rape’. In the recording, she laughs about the accuracy of polygraphs, access to evidence and the judge ’ s discomfort with the discussing the case before her .

'I would say that for the women that are still there and for the children, that if you want to leave, come, you'll be OK.

'And I would say for the families back home, don't judge too harsh.

'These people have been through an awful lot and they actually need your support and they need your help and they need their countries to back them up or you run the risk of them, some of them, becoming the very problem by pushing them away.'

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ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © Sky News

She said she wanted to be reunited with her family in Canada, where her sister said Kimberley had 'not acted rationally'.

Syrian fighters are battling a fierce jihadist counteroffensive as they push to take the last scrap of land from ISIS in the east of the country, which may fall within days.

ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © AFP A diagram showing the last remaining ISIS territory in Syria in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor, where U.S.-backed coalition forces have launched a bid to push them out

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by artillery fire from a U.S.-led coalition, launched the final push on the Iraqi border on Saturday.

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They warn that the terror group ' s strategy will shift to decentralised attacks on the public. The recent increase in attacks signals vulnerability, experts told the Post. As ISIS dissolves from a functional semi-state We do have, every day , people reaching out and telling us they want to come to the caliphate.

ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Smoke from an airstrike is seen on the front line in Baghouz as the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) stepped up their final campaign to oust the remaining ISIS fighters Up to 600 jihadists as well as hundreds of civilians are believed to remain inside the ISIS patch.

T ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Canadian woman who fled ISIS is seen inside a Kurdish-controlled camp. She has said she wants to be reunited with her family in Canada ens of thousands of people, mostly women and children related to ISIS fighters, have fled the shrinking jihadist holdout, many of them claiming they were not supporters of the terror group.

ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fighters: Syrian Democratic Forces occupy a building near the front line as they try to seize the last remaining pocket of ISIS territory On Monday the U.S.-led coalition maintained a steady beat of bombings on the area as the SDF faced ferocious resistance.

ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly, we've been through an awful lot' as she flees terror group's last remaining territory that’s sell to fall within days © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Wreckage: A Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) armored vehicle drives through destroyed streets near the front line in Baghouz The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 12 SDF fighters and 19 jihadists were killed in the fighting on Monday.

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that the coalition may declare victory over IS in the region in the coming days.

The alliance has been battling to oust the jihadists from the eastern province of Deir Ezzor since September.

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