The choice to revoke the Uk citizenship of IS bride Shamima Begum has exposed her to a “real danger” of torture or death, a court has heard.
Shamima, certainly one of three eastern London schoolgirls whom travelled to Syria to become listed on the terror team, has launched a challenge that is legal the federal government’s decision to remove her of her citizenship.
Her attorney told the regular Mirror she was a victim of rape by her husband that she will argue.
Tasnime Akunjee, representing Ms Begum, said: “She had been hitched in a Isis ceremony inside a fortnight of reaching Syria up to a fighter that is 23-year-old. Her context can be as a rape victim, or even a statutory rape target.”
The Unique Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) is starting a four-day initial hearing in main London, brought by Ms Begum’s family members and supporters.