Shamima Begum branded ‘evil scum’ by beheaded Brit aid worker Alan Henning's brother after she gloated how she’d watched UK hostages being executed
Alan, 47, was executed on camera in 2014 after being kidnapped by ISIS while helping suffering Syrian kids left homeless by the conflict.
His beheading at the hands of the notorious masked executioner Jihadi John would spark international revulsion and led to his killer's death in a 2015 US drone strike.
Now Alan's brother Paul has reacted with fury at the news Begum believes she is entitled to return home and raise her baby in the safety and security of the UK.
Her pleas have also sparked outrage among the public after she revealed she watched Brits being beheaded and said the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing was "justified".
Paul labelled her "evil scum" in a series of damning Facebook posts, adding: "Let's stop this b***h ever coming back to Britain."
One post, which showed a photo of the remembrance garden for children killed in the Manchester Arena bomb, read: "This garden shows one of the reasons why that thing that went and joined isis should NOT be allowed to come back.
"These children was attacked by the people she went and supported. She made her bed, let her lie in it. It's time we protected our own children."
Paul wrote: "We need to keep this going we need people to realise what eval (sic) scum these people are. My brother Alan Henning went to help them and paid for it with his life."
Another shared post read: "As ISIS lose ground the Jihadi Widows are returning to Britain. Revoke their passports and bar them from ever returning."
A third post showed a photo of Alan holding a young Syrian child, and read: "Now is a good time to remember Alan Henning who died helping Syrian kids before most of us even knew it was a problem."
What we know so far:
- Shamima Begum, from Bethnal Green, London, fled the UK to join ISIS in 2015 aged 15
- The pregnant 19-year-old was then found in a refugee camp in Syria last week
- In interviews she said she wanted to return to the UK to raise her unborn baby
- Victims and relatives of the Manchester bombing innocents reacted with outrage
- She gave birth to her baby boy, whose dad is a Dutch jihadi, on Sunday
- Yesterday her family revealed the Home Office had revoked her UK citizenship
- She claims this decision is "unjust", and "heartbreaking" and she may try move to Holland
Paul, from Prestatyn, north Wales, also gave his support to an online petition to stop Begum coming back to Britain, which has so far attracted more than 122,000 signatures.
His outburst comes as it was revealed in a letter to her parents that the UK Government would be stripping Begum of her British citizenship.
The letter read: "Please find enclosed papers that relate to a decision taken by the Home Secretary, to deprive your daughter, Shamima Begum, of her British citizenship.
"In light of the circumstances of your daughter, the notice of the Home Secretary's decision has been served of file today (19th February), and the order removing her British citizenship has subsequently been made."
However, Begum is still able to appeal the decision and it has been claimed she could still get back into Britain using her new born baby.
Begum fled to the ISIS "caliphate" in Syria with two school friends in 2014 when she was 15.
Last week she was found pregnant and living in a displacement camp where she revealed her two previous babies had died.
Her third child was born on Sunday and named after Jarrah, a historical Islamic warlord famous for massacring Jews.
She's also sparked outrage for an apparent lack of remorse – in interviews she has claimed the Manchester Arena bombing was "justified" because of coalition attacks on ISIS targets.
And when asked about whether she was fully aware of the brutal way in which the terror group operated, including beheading people, Begum admitted: "Yeah, I knew about those things and I was okay with it.
"Because you know, I started becoming religious just before I left. From what I heard, Islamically that is all allowed, so I was okay with it."
Begum told the correspondent that she didn't question the terrorists' brutal methods "at all".
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