Britain Removes Citizenship Of 2 Pakistan- London, United Kingdom: Britain extends Citizenship of 2 ISIS Brides of Pakistan origin, Britain has canceled citizenship from two other women who joined the ISIS group in Syria, a newspaper said Sunday, raising questions about the fate of their children.
The revelation comes after a similar decision about London’s teenager Shamima Begum, whose newborn child died in Syrian refugee camp last week.
30-year-old Reema Iqbal and her 28-year-old sister Zara went from East London to Syria in 2013 and among them, there are now five boys under the age of eight, sources said on Sundays.
Britain Removes Citizenship Of 2 Pakistan – Origin ISIS Brides
Citing legal sources, the paper said that their British citizenship was snatched. This couple, who is from Pakistani heritage, allegedly married a terrorist cell linked to the killing of Western hostages. The British Interior Ministry said that it does not comment on personal matters. “Any decision to deprive people of their citizenship is based on all available Victims and they are not taken lightly”, Spokesman said.
Begum, who had married a Dutch IS a fighter, was running after a fight between journalists in the refugee camp and the fight between the terrorist group and the US-backed forces.
After his child, after the death of his two other children under the ISIS rule, he asked his child to return to Britain.
Interior Minister Sajid Javid canceled his citizenship in the fear of security, but he was criticized for not doing much to help his son.
Britain Removes Citizenship Of 2 Pakistan – British law says that the government can not remove the citizenship of a person if they make them stateless. Begum was considered eligible for Bangladeshi citizenship through her parents, but Dhaka said she could not go there.
Javid had earlier said that more than 100 people were already deprived of their British citizenship. Under international law, the UK can only cancel the citizenship of a British citizen if the person is not made stateless and can obtain citizenship of another country. For the latest updates or trending news, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
According to the Home Office figures received by the Free Movement, Immigration Law website Free Movement, the use of citizenship in 2017 has increased faster than the 50 in the last decade in 2017, with 104 lacks of citizenship.
It is believed that at least a dozen jihadi brides and their more than 20 children in Britain live in crowded camps run by the Western-backed Kurdish forces in Syria.