British Islamic State mother says ‘don’t sweep us under carpet’ – BBC News

A British woman who joined the Islamic State group with her young children has said UK politicians should “open your minds” to allowing them to return.

Nicole Jack and her three daughters are currently being held in Syria’s Roj camp in Syria alongside thousands of wives and children of IS fighters.

The Home Office said its priority is to ensure the UK’s safety and security.

Speaking publicly for the first time, the 34-year-old told the BBC that despite living under IS rule for three years, she was not a security risk to the UK.

The UK government has been unwilling to let those who joined IS – a group that committed genocide and murder around the world – back to the UK, viewing them as potential national security threats.

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