Sharmeena Begum

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Sharmeena Begum is a citizen of the United Kingdom from a Bangladesh ethnic heritage.[1] When she was only fifteen years old Begum left the UK, travelled to Turkey, and was subsequently smuggled across the border into Daesh-occupied Syria.[2]

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  1. Kelly McLaughlin (2019-02-19). "ISIS brides from Canada, the US, and Europe are asking to return home years after fleeing for Syria. Here are their stories.". This is insider. Retrieved 2019-02-22. "Sultana is now believed to be dead, Sharmeena Begum and Abase are missing, Riedijk has turned himself in to authorities, and Shamima Begum is asking to return to London." 
  2. Bryony Gordon (2015-03-16). "Syrian schoolgirl: blame the father, not the police". The Telegraph. Archived from the original on 2017-12-13. Retrieved 2019-03-04. "It is thought that Miss Begum was targeted after her beloved mother died of cancer." 
  3. Kirsty Bosley (2019-02-19). "Met chief: Stopping jihadi bride schoolgirls is 'incredibly complicated'". Leeds Live. Retrieved 2019-02-22. 
  4. "Father of first girl who fled to Syria 'warned police to watch friends'". ITV News. 2015-03-14. Retrieved 2015-06-01. 
  5. Ben Ferguson (2015-08-03). "Left in the Dark: The Story Behind the Families of Three Girls Groomed by the Islamic State". Vice News. Retrieved 2019-03-04. "She wasn't getting along with her father's new wife and had decided to live with her maternal grandmother in East London. In the absence of news of where she was, parents at the school presumed she had returned to Bangladesh." 
  6. Vikram Dodd (2015-03-16). "Sharmeena Begum – British girl left to join Isis after upheavals at home". The Guardian. Retrieved 2019-03-04. "Sharmeena, who has not previously been named, was lured by Isis propaganda to go to Syria in December 2014 to after enduring 18 months of tumult in her private life, during which her mother died from cancer." 
  7. "Schoolgirl 'radicalised at east London mosque'". Gulf Times. 2 August 2015. Archived from the original on 2016-03-07. Retrieved 2016-01-01. "The group has previously been mired in controversy after one of its founders was accused of murders and war crimes in Bangladesh. The newspaper reported that Sharmeena was effectively brainwashed by the group." 
  8. Blundy, Rachel (2 August 2015). "London schoolgirl who recruited three classmates to join IS in Syria 'was radicalised at east London mosque'". London Evening Standard (London: London Evening Standard). Archived from the original on 2018-07-01. Retrieved 2016-01-01. "The Mail on Sunday reported today that Sharmeena was radicalised at the East London Mosque in Whitechapel by women from a group called Islamic Forum of Europe." 
  9. Wahid, Omar (2 August 2015). "Britain's jihadi bride groomer: Schoolgirl radicalised in London mosque recruited her three classmates to join ISIS in Syria.". Gulf Times. Retrieved 1 January 2016. 
  10. "Teenager bride fighting for IS groomed by group founded by Bangladesh war criminal: Report". Bangladesh: 2 August 2015. Retrieved 1 January 2016. 
  11. Bennhold, Katrin (18 August 2015). "'They were the girls you wanted to be like': How teenage rebellion sends girls into the arms of ISIL". National Post. Retrieved 1 January 2016. 
  12. Reid, Sue (4 April 2015). "How jihadi bride's family sought help from hardline Isis apologists Cage...not police". Daily Mail. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  13. Mendick, Robert (14 March 2015). "Girl, 15, fled to Islamic State after mother died from cancer". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  14. Ough, Tom; Smith, Hannah Lucinda (14 March 2015). "From Loving Rihanna to Loving Jihad – Mohammad Uddin tells how daughter Sharmeena Begum became the first British schoolgirl to join ISIS in Syria". The Times. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  15. Gadher, Dipesh (29 March 2015). "Runaway's father joined hate rally". The Sunday Times. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  16. Mclelland, Euan (15 March 2015). "Father warned police over ISIS girls fears". The Sunday Post. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  17. Broadbent, Giles (16 March 2015). "Families of Bethnal Green schoolgirls say they are praying for their safe return". London: The Wharf. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  18. "Father of first jihadi schoolgirl Sharmeena Begum warned police of the three other girls". Daily Express. 15 March 2015. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  19. "Syria girls: First missing London schoolgirl named". BBC News. 14 March 2015. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  20. Bacchi, Umberto (14 March 2015). "Isis schoolgirls: First runaway girl named Sharmeena Begum". International Business Times. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  21. Buchanan, Rose Troup (14 March 2015). "Missing schoolgirls: First teenager who fled from east London named as Sharmeena Begum as father says he told police to warn trio's families". The Independent. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  22. Dodd, Vikram (13 March 2015). "Sharmeena Begum – British girl left to join Isis after upheavals at home". The Guardian. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  23. Sinmaz, Emine; Reid, Sue (13 March 2015). "She loved Rihanna, clothes and make-up... then fell under the spell of Islamists: Meet the FIRST British schoolgirl who fled to join ISIS". Daily Mail. Retrieved 1 June 2015.