She’s a victim of child grooming by a death cult. And her banishment tells all ethnic minorities that they’re not seen as fully British

When British teenager Shamima Begum’s citizenship was revoked last February, the then home secretary, Sajid Javid, justified the response in the name of protecting national security. Married to an Islamic State militant eight years her senior and heavily pregnant with their third child at the time, it was difficult for many people to sympathise with Begum – who had left Britain in 2015 aged 15, along with two schoolfriends, to join Isis in Syria.

She had further dismayed the public when, in her first interview after being discovered in a refugee camp, she remarked nonchalantly, “When I saw my first severed head it didn’t faze me at all.”

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