New claims about the life of Shamima Begum in Syria have surfaced. According to the London teenager, it is a "member of the dreaded ISIS morality police".
The Bethnal Green schoolgirl has been trying to recruit younger women to the jihadist group, according to reports.
According to the Sunday Telegraph, the 19-year-old played an active role in the organization's reign of terror and was allowed to carry a Kalashnikov rifle, which gained a reputation for strict enforcement of laws such as dress code.
Today, allegations were also made that Ms. Begum had witnessed the preparation of suicide vests for bombers.
The Sunday email said Prime Minister Theresa May and Home Secretary Sajid Javid had been informed that she had sewn on bombers west so they could not be removed without leaving.
The information was allegedly collected by allied espionage agencies believed to belong to the CIA and Dutch military intelligence – from other Western ISIS converts. It is not known if Begum was a willing participant.
Ms. Begum has previously insisted she was never involved in the brutality of the terrorist group. She said she simply spends her time as a housewife after she fled London at just 15.
She said that her interests are focused on looking after her deceased children and their Dutch national Yago Riedijk.
Sources told the Telegraph that the teenager had arrived in Syria after his border crossing in Turkey in February 2015. From there, she was taken to downtown Raqqa.
Ms. Begum is said to have graduated to a level where she was a member of a purely female "police command".
In this role, it is alleged that Ms. Begum wore a Kalashnikov rifle and was reputed to be strict with other women whom she accuses of behaving in a "non-Islamic manner".
In this role, Ms. Begum is said to have received between £ 500 and £ 1,500 a month.
The source also claimed that Ms. Begum was actively involved in recruiting other women for ISIS across Europe, including in 2015 a teenager from Austria.
She allegedly told a girl, "Do not believe the bad things you hear about Dawla [the State], It is a fake. You have everything you want here, and we can help you find a handsome husband. "
Ms. Begum was deprived of British citizenship and held in a relocation camp for months after she was imprisoned while leaving the IS territory.
The teen arrived pregnant at the al-Hol camp in February and gave birth shortly thereafter. Her newborn son, Jarrah, died of pneumonia last month. It was her third child who had died during her time in the caliphate.
Ms. Begum's family is conducting a judicial review of the decision of Interior Minister Javid to cancel her citizenship.
Her father Ahmed Ali said last night, "If she did something wrong, she should be brought to England and punished."
Of the recent allegations, Begum's family lawyer claimed that the Home Office had put forward all the evidence against them.
Tasnime Akunjee said, "On behalf of the family, we would like to see this evidence leaked out and tested in due course rather than by hearsay."