‘I want to inspire British girls not to make the same mistakes’: Jihadi bride Shamima Begum NOW insists she is truly sorry

The ‘Daeshi’ section of the Al-Hawl refugee camp is a strange and forbidding place.

Displaced jihadi wives, covered head to toe by long black garments, wander amid the billowing white tents they call home, clutching knock-off designer handbags.

This is their only nod to Western values and the undercurrent of suppressed menace is unmistakable.

Many of these women, still in thrall to their men and the brutal Islamic State ideology, have attacked the people who are trying to help them.