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ISIS Bride Lisa Smith Arrested Moments After Landing in Ireland With Daughter

Lisa Smith, 38, originally from Dundalk in Co Louth, Ireland, was arrested as she landed with her two-year-old daughter at Dublin Airport - four years after she became radicalised and went to live in Syria

Daily Mirror UK, 1 DEC 2019.


ISIS bride Lisa Smith has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences - minutes after she arrived in Ireland.

The 38-year-old was detained by police after landing at Dublin Airport this morning.

Ms Smith, originally from Dundalk in Co Louth, Ireland, and her two-year-old daughter, disembarked from the aircraft at around 10.30am, where police were waiting.

Images of her arrival show Ms Smith covered in a pink blanket as she was taken from the aircraft.

Her daughter is being cared for by her family in Ireland while Ms Smith is questioned at a Dublin police station.

The mum was deported from Turkey early on Sunday and put on the first scheduled Turkish Airlines flight to to the Irish capital.





Ms Smith seen covered by a pink blanket as she disembarks from the plane (Image: RollingNews.ie)


The former member of the Irish military, who once accompanied an ex-president and leader of Ireland on foreign trips as a member of the Defence Forces, had been living in a Syrian refugee camp.

She went to the war-torn Middle Eastern country in 2015 after converting to Islam and becoming radicalised.

Irish police said: "Today, Sunday 1st December 2019, at Dublin Airport, An Garda Siochana has arrested an Irish Citizen (38 year old female) on suspicion of terrorist offences following her deportation from Turkey.




She had been living in a Syrian refugee camp with her daughter


"She is currently being detained at a South Dublin Garda station under the provisions of Section 30 of the Offences against the State Act, 1939 as amended.

"A child, also an Irish citizen, was in the company of the female and is now being cared for by relatives."

Ms Smith has denied being involved in violence.

Irish broadcaster RTE said she was accompanied by three consular officials from the Department of Foreign Affairs, members of the Army Ranger Wing, and a Turkish security officer on the flight.




The flight arriving in Dublin (Image: PA)


She was not in custody for the four-and-a-half-hour journey but Irish police were waiting at Dublin airport for the plane's arrival.

She was transported in a dark-coloured van to a police station in Dublin.
Her daughter was born in Syria but is an Irish citizen.

Ms Smith has said the father of her child was a suspected member of IS who died last year.

She held a relatively lowly role in the Defence Forces but worked on the official Irish Government jet.



She once accompanied an ex-president and leader of Ireland on foreign trips


She accompanied former president Mary Robinson and then Taoiseach Bertie Ahern on journeys.


Significant numbers of Europeans left for Syria to fight for and against IS during a bloody war which destroyed the Middle Eastern country and produced millions of refugees.

Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said Ms Smith should have the right of return to Ireland and that removing her citizenship would not be right or compassionate.



She is being questioned by police


Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan said: "This is a sensitive case and I want to reassure people that all relevant State agencies are closely involved.

"A multi-agency network is in place here comprising agency personnel who engage on an ongoing basis with international colleagues regarding emerging practice in relation to the complex issue of radicalisation.

"This network will co-ordinate engagement on a case by case basis as and when appropriate."



She is originally from Dundalk in Co Louth, Ireland


In Britain, captured British Islamic State fighters will be brought back to the UK to be put on trial if it is the best place for them to face justice, the national security adviser has said.

Shamima Begum, the Bethnal Green schoolgirl who fled to Syria to join IS in 2015, was stripped of her British citizenship by then-home secretary Sajid Javid, prompting her to take legal action against the UK.




Her daughter is being cared for by relatives

Ms Begum claims she married Dutch convert Yago Riedijk 10 days after arriving in IS territory.

She told The Times that she left Raqqa in January 2017 with her husband but her children, a one-year-old girl and a three-month-old boy, had both since died.
Her third child died shortly after he was born.


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ISIS Bride Shamima Begum Loses Supreme Court Appeal to Return to The UK

British-born jihadi bride Shamima Begum was 15 when she and two other schoolgirls from Bethnal Green, east London, ran away to Syria to join ISIS, leading to her UK citizenship being revoked


BBC News, 27 FEB 2021.






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Shamima Begum: Spy For Canada Smuggled Schoolgirl to Syria

Files seen by the BBC show he claimed to have shared Ms Begum's passport details with Canada, and smuggled other Britons to fight for IS.

BBC News 31 AUG 2022






Shamima Begum, who fled the UK and joined the Islamic State group, was smuggled into Syria by an intelligence agent for Canada.




Ms Begum's lawyers are challenging the removal of her citizenship, arguing she was a trafficking victim.

Canada and the UK declined to comment on security issues.

Ms Begum was 15 when she and two other east London schoolgirls - Kadiza Sultana, 16, and 15-year-old Amira Abase - travelled to Syria to join the IS group in 2015.

At the main Istanbul bus station, the girls met Mohammed Al Rasheed, who would facilitate their journey to IS-controlled Syria.

A senior intelligence officer, at an agency which is part of the global coalition against IS, has confirmed to the BBC that Rasheed was providing information to Canadian intelligence while smuggling people to IS.

The BBC has obtained a dossier on Rasheed that contains information gathered by law enforcement and intelligence, as well as material recovered from his hard drives, which provide extraordinary detail about how he operated.

He told authorities that he had gathered information on the people he helped into Syria because he was passing it to the Canadian embassy in Jordan.

----Shamima Begum cannot return to UK, court rules



Rasheed, who was arrested in Turkey within days of smuggling Ms Begum to IS, told authorities he had shared a photo of the passport the British schoolgirl was using.

The Metropolitan Police were searching for her, although by the time Canada received her passport details, Ms Begum was already in Syria.

The dossier shows that Ms Begum was moved to Syria through a substantial IS people-smuggling network that was controlled from the group's de-facto capital in Raqqa.

Rasheed was in charge of the Turkish side of this network and facilitated the travel of British men, women and children to IS for at least eight months before he helped Ms Begum and her two friends.

Ms Begum told the BBC's forthcoming I'm Not A Monster podcast: "He organised the entire trip from Turkey to Syria… I don't think anyone would have been able to make it to Syria without the help of smugglers.

"He had helped a lot of people come in… We were just doing everything he was telling us to do because he knew everything, we didn't know anything."

Rasheed kept information about the people he helped, often photographing their ID documents or secretly filming them on his phone.

One recording shows Ms Begum and her friends get out of a taxi and into a waiting car not far from the Syrian border.

Rasheed also gathered information about IS, mapping the locations of the homes of Western IS fighters in Syria, identifying IP addresses and locations of internet cafes in IS-controlled territory, and taking screenshots of conversations he was having with IS fighters.

In one conversation, Rasheed spoke to a man believed to be notorious British IS fighter and recruiter, Raphael Hostey, who says to him: "I need you to work under me. Officially… I want you to help us bring people in."

In a follow-up text, Rasheed asks Hostey: "Can you explain a little, please?"

Hostey says: "Same thing that you're doing now, but you work for us bringing equipment, bringing in brothers and sisters". Mohammed Al Rasheed replies: "I am ready, brother."

Rasheed was arrested in the Turkish city of Sanliurfa not long after he had facilitated the girl's journey to Syria.

In a statement to law enforcement, he said that the reason he had gathered information on everyone he had helped, including Shamima, was because "I was passing this information to the Canadian embassy in Jordan".

Rasheed said that in 2013 he had gone to the Canadian Embassy in Jordan to try to apply for asylum. He said: "They told me they were going to grant me my Canadian citizenship if I collect information about the activities of ISIS."

The BBC has been able to confirm that Rasheed passed in and out of Jordan multiple times between 2013 and his arrest in 2015.

Tasnime Akunjee, the lawyer for the Begum family, said there will be a legal hearing in November to challenge the removal of Ms Begum's citizenship and "one of the main arguments" will be that then-Home Secretary Sajid Javid did not consider that she was a victim of trafficking.

"The UK has international obligations as to how we view a trafficked person and what culpability we prescribe to them for their actions," he said.

Mr Akunjee said it was "shocking" that a Canadian intelligence asset was a key part of the smuggling operation - "someone who is supposed to be an ally, protecting our people, rather than trafficking British children into a war zone".

"Intelligence-gathering looks to have been prioritised over the lives of children," he said.

Shamima Begum is now held in a detention camp in north-east Syria, her citizenship was taken away in 2019 after she emerged from the ashes of the so-called IS caliphate.

A Canadian Security Intelligence Service spokesman said he could not "publicly comment on or confirm or deny the specifics of CSIS investigations, operational interests, methodologies or activities".

A British government spokesperson said: "It is our long-standing policy that we do not comment on operational intelligence or security matters."

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Shamima Begum Was 'Trafficked' as ISIS 'Sex Slave' and Should Return to UK - Lawyers

Shamima Begum, the LONDON schoolgirl who fled to Syria to join her ISIS boyfriend in 2015, was stripped of her British citizenship by then-home secretary Sajid Javid, prompting her to take legal action

'Should Begum Face Justice Over Here?' - YES YES YES


Shamima Begum is challenging the Home Office's decision to remove her citizenship, facing a five-day hearing at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission as she claims she was trafficked to Syria


BBC News 22 NOV 2022.









A lawyer said Begum was recruited and exploited by ISIS



Begum lost her British citizenship after joining the Islamic State group in Syria



Shamima Begum was a child trafficking victim and should be allowed to return to the UK, lawyers said in court today.

Ms Begum was 15 when she and two other schoolgirls travelled from east London to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group in February 2015.

Her British citizenship was revoked on national security grounds shortly after she was found, nine months pregnant, in a Syrian refugee camp in February 2019.

Ms Begum, now 23, is challenging the Home Office's decision to remove her British citizenship, with her lawyers arguing that the Home Office had a legal duty to investigate whether Ms Begum was a victim of trafficking when her citizenship was revoked.

At the start of a five-day hearing at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) today, Samantha Knights KC, for Ms Begum, said: "This case concerns a British child aged 15 who was persuaded, influenced and affected with her friends by a determined and effective Isis propaganda machine."

In written submissions, Ms Knights said there was "overwhelming" evidence that Ms Begum had been "recruited, transported, transferred, harboured and received in Syria for the purposes of 'sexual exploitation' and 'marriage' to an adult male".

"She was following a well-known pattern by which Isis cynically recruited and groomed female children, as young as 14, so that they could be offered as 'wives' to adult men," the barrister added.

Her lawyers said that the Home Office deprived Ms Begum of her citizenship "without seeking to investigate and determine, still less consider, whether she was a child victim of trafficking, and whether there were failures by public authorities in the UK to prevent her being trafficked".

Ms Knights continued: "What evidence is available shows that rather than viewing the appellant as a victim, a child that was manipulated and exploited, the Home Secretary proceeded on the basis that she acted 'voluntarily' in travelling to Syria and aligning with Isis."

Ms Begum's lawyers argued that the Home Office has unlawfully failed to consider that she travelled to Syria and remained there "as a victim of child trafficking".


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Ms Knights later told the court that the then-home secretary Sajid Javid was "over-hasty" in depriving Ms Begum of her citizenship, describing it as "effectively an exile for life".

Ms Begum is also challenging the removal of her British citizenship on the grounds that it made her "de facto stateless" and that the decision was predetermined.

Sir James Eadie KC, for the Home Office, said in written submissions that the Security Services "continue to assess that Ms Begum poses a risk to national security".

"This is a case about national security," he said, later adding: "This is not a case about trafficking."

Sir James said that Ms Begum "travelled, aligned and stayed in Syria for four years" and that she only left IS-controlled territory for safety reasons "and not because of a genuine disengagement from the group".




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Ex-ISIS Member Shamima Begum Cannot Return to UK After Losing Battle For Citizenship....

Shamima Begum cannot come back to the UK after the court decision meant she has lost her battle for British citizenship eight years after she joined ISIS


BBC 22 FEB 2023





Shamima Begum shortly after she was found in the camps in 2019

Shamima Begum has lost her battle for British citizenship — eight years after she left the UK as a 15-year-old schoolgirl to join Islamic State (ISIS).


Begum, who left east London aged 15 to join the Islamic State, had been challenging the decision taken by the then-home secretary, Sajid Javid, in 2019 to strip her of her British citizenship.

Today, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Siac) decided this decision was lawful and ruled that the suspicion she had been trafficked to Syria was insufficient for her to succeed in the appeal.



The judge, Mr Justice Jay, found that there was a “credible suspicion” she was a victim of trafficking, however, Mr Jay concluded that the Home Secretary was not formally required to consider this when he removed her citizenship.






Riedijk fathered three children with Begum, all of whom died


Mr Jay also said the Secretary of State’s conclusion that she travelled voluntarily to Syria was "as stark as it is unsympathetic."

Begum's lawyer has said it’s far from over and will be challenging the judgement. Their statement read: "Regrettably, this is a lost opportunity to put into reverse a profound mistake and a continuing injustice."

Begum married the notoriously hardline IS member Dutch national Yago Riedijk, 27, aged just 15 and had three children with him who all later died.

She was found by a British journalist in a refugee camp in 2019, after IS lost the ground war in Syria, thus making the government aware she was still alive.

Begum's British citizenship was then stripped and she was banned from entering Britain following being deemed a threat to the nation — she has been fighting to return to the UK ever since.

Bahrain and Nicaragua (very recently) are the only countries other than the UK that strip citizenship in bulk. Since 2000, the UK has deprived at least 212 people of citizenship: more than ten times as many as France or Australia.

In 2020, the Court of Appeal gave her permission to return to the UK to appeal her revoked citizenship. Then in 2021, the Supreme Court overturned this, finding national security fears outweighed right to an effective hearing.

Giving the decision of the tribunal, Mr Justice Jay said today that "reasonable people will differ" over the circumstances of Begum's case and that those advising the Secretary of State see this as a black and white issue, when many would say "that there are shades of grey.

Begum and her two friends were not stopped by the police, school and local authority and the commission said that that there were state failures and possible violations of the [state’s] corollary protective duty, between December 2014 and February 2015, which could be investigated.




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ISIS Wife Shamima Begum LOSES Another Appeal Against Removal of UK Citizenship...

Begum LOSES her battle for British citizenship: Appeal judges rule against Jihadi bride who argued she was a victim of trafficking when she fled UK to join ISIS aged 15




ANOTHER 20 British ISIS Brides Could Return to UK:

Around 20 Women and 40 Children From Britain are Living in Refugee Camps in the Middle East Along With Begum

MailOnline 23 FEB 2024









Begum today lost her latest challenge over the removal of her British citizenship - dealing a heavy blow to her bid to return to the UK.


The Londoner travelled to Syria to join the terror group in 2015 aged 15 and her citizenship was revoked on national security grounds shortly after she was found in a refugee camp in February 2019.

Last year, the now 24-year-old lost a challenge against the decision at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC). Ms Begum's lawyers brought a bid to overturn that decision at the Court of Appeal, with the Home Office successfully opposing the challenge.

Ms Begum was a Primark-loving teenager when she travelled to Istanbul, Turkey, from Gatwick Airport to join ISIS with her close friends at Bethnal Green Academy - Kadiza Sultana, 16, and Amira Abase, 15.

Ignoring her familys' warnings that Syria was a 'dangerous place', the 'straight A student' married a jihadi and began life inside one of the most savage terror groups in history.

One of the key questions in Begums' story is how much she knew about ISIS atrocities before deciding to join



Timeline of her battle to return to the UK as she loses legal battle for British citizenship..






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2015
  • February 17 - Kadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum leave their east London homes at 8am to travel to Istanbul, Turkey, from Gatwick Airport. Begum and Abase are reported missing by their families later the same day.
  • February 18 - Ms Sultana is reported missing to the police.
  • February 20 - The Metropolitan Police launch a public appeal for information on the missing girls who are feared to have gone on to Syria. The Met expresses concerns that the missing girls may have fled to join ISIS.
  • February 21 - Four days after the girls went missing, police believe they may still be in Turkey.
  • February 22 - Ms Abase's father Abase Hussen says his daughter told him she was going to a wedding on the day she disappeared.
  • March 10 - It emerges that the girls funded their trip by stealing jewellery.
2016
  • August 2016 - Ms Sultana, then 17, is reported to have been killed in Raqqa in May when a suspected Russian air strike obliterates her house.
2019
  • February 13 - Ms Begum, then 19, tells Anthony Loyd of The Times that she wants to return to the UK to give birth to her third child.
  • Speaking from the Al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria, Ms Begum tells the paper: 'I'm not the same silly little 15-year-old schoolgirl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago. And I don't regret coming here.'
  • February 15 - Home secretary Sajid Javid says he 'will not hesitate' to prevent the return of Britons who travelled to join IS.
  • February 17 - Ms Begum gives birth to her third child - a baby boy, Jarrah - in Al-Hawl. Her two other children, a daughter called Sarayah and a son called Jerah, have both previously died.
  • February 19 - The Home Office sends Ms Begum's family a letter stating that it intends to revoke her British citizenship.
  • February 20 - Ms Begum, having been shown a copy of the Home Office's letter by ITV News, describes the decision as 'unjust'.
  • February 22 - Ms Begum's family write to Mr Javid asking for his help to bring her newborn son to Britain. Her sister Renu Begum, writing on behalf of the family, said the baby boy was a 'true innocent' who should not 'lose the privilege of being raised in the safety of this country'.
  • Late February - Ms Begum is moved to the Al-Roj camp in north-eastern Syria, reportedly because of threats to her life made at Al-Hawl following the publication of her newspaper interviews.
  • March 7 - Jarrah dies around three weeks after he was born.
  • March 19 - Ms Begum's lawyers file a legal action challenging the decision to revoke her citizenship.
  • April 1 - In a further interview with The Times, Ms Begum says she was 'brainwashed' and that she wants to 'go back to the UK for a second chance to start my life over again'.
  • May 4 - Bangladesh's foreign minister Abdul Momen says Ms Begum could face the death penalty for involvement in terrorism if she goes to the country, adding that Bangladesh had 'nothing to do' with her.
  • September 29 - Home secretary Priti Patel says there is 'no way' she will let Ms Begum return to the UK, adding: 'We cannot have people who would do us harm allowed to enter our country - and that includes this woman.'
  • October 22-25 - Ms Begum's appeal against the revocation of her British citizenship begins in London. Her barrister Tom Hickman submits the decision has unlawfully rendered her stateless, and exposed her to a 'real risk' of torture or death.
2020
  • February 7 - SIAC rules on Ms Begum's legal challenge.
  • July 16 - Court of Appeal rules on the case and finds in Ms Begum's favour.
  • November 23 - Supreme Court hears case.
2021
  • February 26 - Supreme Court denies her right to enter UK to fight for British citizenship.
2022
  • August 31 - The BBC trails its new ten-part podcast series, I'm Not A Monster: The Shamima Begum Story.
  • November - At a five-day hearing at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC), Ms Begum's lawyers argue she was a child trafficking victim.
2023
  • February 22 - Ms Begum loses her appeal to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) against the bid to strip her of her British citizenship.
2024
February 23 - Court of Appeal judges hand down their judgment after Ms Begum appealed the SIAC's decision.











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