Met Police commissioner warns Shamima Begum could be arrested at United Kingdom border

Met Police commissioner warns Shamima Begum could be arrested at United Kingdom border

Met Police commissioner warns Shamima Begum could be arrested at United Kingdom border

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick said counter-terror detectives will "deal with whatever they are confronted with" if 19-year-old Shamima returns to the UK. So who's there to guide her, talk to her? Are you thinking of going to Syria? It's one thing to kill a soldier that is fighting you, it's fine, it's self-defence.

The EastEnders actor said that the runaway schoolgirl should be allowed back.

She told the broadcaster: "I do feel that it's wrong that innocent people did get killed".

"I just was hoping that maybe for me, for the sake of me and my child, they let me come back", the young woman said. "Losing my children the way I lost them, I don't want to lose this baby as well and this is really not a place to raise children, this camp".

And Dyer, who plays Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter in the BBC soap, said: 'I don't understand what's gone on there and now she wants to come back'.

But they say this is made more complicated because diplomats can not operate in territory held by the SDF, which is not internationally recognised, and they worry that the Trump administration's decision to withdraw its 2,000-strong force from Syria means there will not be enough time to respond.

"I never did anything risky".

Now Muthana is not allowed to leave the camp she is being held at and has to be escorted around by Kurdish fighters, more than 6,500 miles away from the Alabama city she once called home.

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It's unclear how Begum is trying to get home.

He said: "This is a complex situation and we should always be looking to see what tools we have at our disposal to ensure that those who are guilty of terrorism, or of supporting terrorist groups, are brought to justice".

Begum left Britain for Syria at 15-years-old to support the terrorist group, but now wants to return to the United Kingdom despite admitting she has no regrets.

"If you do manage to return, you should be ready to be questioned, investigated and potentially prosecuted", Javid said. But I don't regret it because it's changed me as a person.

Asked whether the United Kingdom should allow back Begum, who has given birth to a baby boy, Dyer replied: 'Yes, because I feel she needs a chance, maybe to explain what was going on and maybe we can understand a little bit more about how they got to her and how she felt it was the right move to jump on a plane and leave this country at 15 years of age.

"The welfare of Shamima's unborn baby is of paramount concern to our family, and we will do everything within our power to protect that baby, who is entirely blameless in these events", the family had said.

But Ms Begum had earlier caused controversy by comparing the Manchester Arena bombing to military assaults on Syria.

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