Yazidi refugee in Coventry: Don't allow ISIS supporter back in Britain

A Yazidi refugee who fled northern Iraq with her family in 2008 and now lives in Coventry has backed the ban on ISIS bride Shamima Begum being allowed back into the country.

Begum has claimed that people should have sympathy for her. This is the nutcase who said: “When I saw my first severed head in a bin it didn’t faze me at all. It was from a captured fighter seized on the battlefield, an enemy of Islam.”

The Yazidi religious minority have been systematically persecuted and killed by Islamic State. The Mail on Sunday recently reported how SAS troops found severed heads of 50 Yazidi sex slaves murdered by merciless Islamic State supporters.

Refugee Rozin Khalil backed the ban on Begum, responding to Begum’s interviews in the Birmingham Mail: “My first reaction was one of shock at her words.

“She showed no remorse whatsoever. She left at the age of 15, when she knew the rights and wrongs, and it was entirely her choice.

“Even considering allowing her back into the UK is setting a bad example, it shows other terror groups in the future that we are a soft touch because we will allow their wives, children and supporters back into the country.”

And highlighting the systematic attacks on her people by Islamic State, Khalil pointed out that Islamic State “kidnapped over 5,000 women and children and subjected them to rape and all kinds of abuse.

“They have carried out some awful crimes, including murder and kidnapping.

“While they face defeat on the battlefield they have left so much destruction behind and there are so many things that need rebuilding.

“There are men, women and children who will never return to their families.

“Some have been murdered, while others have been taken to many different countries and have no homes or families to go home to, even if they could escape.”

The UK should ban all jihadists from returning and allow more Yazidi refugees to return instead.