The sister of Shamima Begum, the British teenager who left London in 2015 to join ISIS in Syria, has written a letter to UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid, asking for his help in bringing her newborn son back to Britain.
When asked if she could be rehabilitated following her time with the terror group, she replied: "I am willing to change".
Her sister Renu Begum, writing on behalf of the family, asked how they could help the Home Secretary "in bringing my nephew home to us".
Mr Javid's move came amid heated debate over whether the teenager should be able to return to the United Kingdom after she was found in a Syrian refugee camp with the terror group's reign almost over.
The Bangladeshi government said there was "no question" of her being allowed to enter, and there is legal argument about whether simply having Bangaldeshi parents bestows citizenship.
They made clear that they were "shocked and appalled" at the "vile comments" Ms Begum had recently made to the media.
Mr Javid's removal of her citizenship came amid heated debate over whether the teenager should be able to return to the United Kingdom after she was found in a Syrian refugee camp with the terror group's reign almost over.
"He is the one true innocent and should not lose the privilege of being raised in the safety of this country", she said.
"Shamima's status will now be a matter for our British courts to decide".
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She said: "I don't have anything there, another language, I have never even seen the place, I don't know why people are offering that to me". The teenager's British citizenship is "her only hope at rehabilitation", her sister wrote.
Separated from her Dutch IS fighter husband, and after giving birth to a son in the camp last weekend, she now wants to come home.
However, she has remained remorseless about her actions.
Her family stressed they rejected Begum's comments to British media in which she said she did not regret travelling to Syria to join extremist fighters.
The family argued that it made "every fathomable effort" to prevent her from joining ISIS, which it called a "murderous and misogynistic cult".
Shamima and two school friends from Bethnal Green, London, fled the United Kingdom via Turkey in 2015.
Javid told lawmakers Wednesday that revoking citizenship was "a powerful tool" not used lightly. "We should defend our system and she should be brought back to face the United Kingdom courts".
Mr Javid also suggested Ms Begum's child could still be British, despite the removal of Ms Begum's citizenship.