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Shamima Begum fears for her life as ISIS try to firebomb her tent in prison camp

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Shamima Begum, who left the UK to go to Syria and join ISIS at the age of 15, now fears for her life after the terrorist group tried to firebomb her tent.

The 22-year-old claims she will regret joining the Islamic State group for the rest of her life.

Shamima has pleaded with the UK government to allow her to return home after her citizenship was revoked on national security grounds in 2019.

However, all her pleas to rejoin her family in the UK have been refused, which she previously said means she is left to “rot” in a Syrian camp, as reported by the BBC.

Shamima now says she fears for her life after IS fanatics tried to firebomb her tent in a prison camp.

According to the Sun, she believes she is a prime target for the group, which she claims to have denounced.

Devout IS wives have vowed to kill the former East Londoner, who now dresses in Western clothes at Al-Roj camp in Syria and wants to return to the UK.

Begum, accused of stitching suicide bombers into explosive vests, is begging lawyers to help get her out after an arson attempt last week.

A source said: “Wearing trainers and make-up has angered the wives.”

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However, there are fears Begum has exaggerated the risk after she was accused of lying during her interview on Good Morning Britain in September earlier this year.

During the one-hour-long interview, she was willing to return to the UK to face terror charges, but insisted that she had done nothing in the Islamic state other than be a "mother and a wife."

Although in a previous interview, Shamima also spoke to British journalists about feeling unfazed by the sight of severed heads in bins while she was living with ISIS.

And body language experts claimed she showed no authentic signs of remorse saying her actions were tell-tale signs of insincerity.

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