Now the 19-year-old has done an about-face, saying she wants to return to her home after giving birth.
Danny said he thinks she should be allowed to return to the UK. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains.
Begum is hoping to return to the United Kingdom, however, since the news broke she had been discovered in a camp in Syria after fleeing Baghuz, IS's last stronghold in the country, a number of people have taken to social media to launch petitions calling on the government to block her return.
Even if this unpatriotic woman, who has expressed no remorse for joining a bloodthirsty gang responsible for the deaths of thousands, were to be prosecuted and imprisoned in the United Kingdom, she would not be inoculated against the virus of Isis extremism and Islamic fundamentalism. Yes I do [think she should come back].
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.
"Who's there to guide her, talk to her - why is she so lost within her soul that she thinks that's the answer to go to Syria?"
She emerged in a refugee camp in northern Syria last week and spoke of her desperation to return to the United Kingdom to raise her son.
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Muthana first made headlines in 2015 after it emerged that she left her family in Birmingham, Alabama to join the bloodthirsty terrorist group.
"Thick as two short planks!" tweeted one fan.
Begum has now pleaded for "forgiveness".
The teenager denied being an Isis "poster girl" but admitted her disappearance with friends in 2015, which made headlines around the world, had incited many others to join the hateful group.
He then added: "Radicalised though and actually jumping on a plane at 15 and going to Syria - I don't understand what's going on there". She said: "The poster girl thing was not my choice". "Because I can't live in this camp forever". Me just going there and being a housewife and them taking care of me, it's not really in any way helping.
"You want to go out with your friends and I didn't get any of that", she said.
Richard blamed the internet for radicalising Begum.
She said: "I do feel that it's wrong that innocent people did get killed". 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".