Shamima Begum caught on CCTV as she left the United Kingdom to travel to Syria Shamima Begum in a photo provided by her family Shamima Begum says she just cares about her son Radicalised: Londoner Shamima Begum (19) and baby son Jarrah during an interview with ITN in a Syrian refugee camp on Wednesday.
The 19-year-old is said to be "living in fear of her life" and, along with her newborn baby, has been taken to another base in Syria after she was allegedly threatened.
Begum, too, has urged authorities to compassion by allowing her to raise the baby in Britain.
"She is living in fear of her life".
Shamima Begum, 19, and her new-born son Jerah were moved from the Al-Hawl camp in the north of the country to another site nearer the Iraqi border, The Sun newspaper reported.
It has been suggested by the Daily Mail that she "vanished" from the camp after a price was out on her head.
Shamima Begum was 15 when she ran away to join ISIS with two school friends in 2015.
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Fatima told the Stylist she can trace her hatred against Britain to when she was only 11-years-old and was attacked by a gang of girls who ripped off her headscarf.
That is despite admitting she never planned to return to the United Kingdom when she travelled to war-torn Syria with two school friends in February 2015.
But Begum - who married jailed Dutch terror nut Yago Riedijk, 23, in Syria - insists she's been "discriminated against" by British authorities.
Yet, there is pressure on the home secretary Sajid Javid to admit British nationals so that they can be arrested and tried at home.
"I'm being made an example of".
The UK, Bangladesh and Holland, where her husband is from, are all adamant to keep her out of their borders, and with worldwide help looking unlikely, Ms Begum will have no other option but remain in a refugee camp. "I'm being punished right now because I'm famous".
But Bangladesh has already said it won't accept her application for a passport. "I don't really have any use for it'".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sparked scorn by arguing she should be welcomed back to the United Kingdom, believing she could be deradicalised. They also said they plan to challenge Javid's decision to revoke Begum's British citizenship.