Government loses court fight to keep jihadi bride who fled to Syria to join ISIS out of Britain

A jihadi bride who fled to Syria to join ISIS has defeated the Government’s attempt to stop her returning to Britain.

The 27-year-old was stripped of her British citizenship after spending more than two years in Syria, marrying a jihadi and giving birth to two children.

But the woman, who was born in Enfield, North London, to Bangladeshi parents, has won the right to keep her British passport – despite being deemed a national security threat ‘due to her extremist views’.

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