British ISIS bride Shamima Begum's baby dies

British ISIS bride Shamima Begum's baby dies

Ms Begum travelled from east London to Syria in 2015 and said she had previously given birth to two other children.

Begum, 19, gave birth to her third child Jarrah in mid-February, while living at a camp run by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US -backed alliance of Kurds and other groups that is working to drive the Islamic State out of the last territory they hold.

"Children should not suffer, so if a parent does lose their British citizenship, it does not affect the rights of their child", Javid said.

But Mustafa Bali, who runs the Syrian Democratic Forces' press operation, tweeted: "Leaks said that ISIS bride Shamima's son died are fake".

After the baby's health deteriorated on Thursday, medical staff from the Kurdish Red Crescent transferred the mother and baby from al-Hawl camp to the main hospital in al-Hasakah City in northern Syria.

Home Secretary Sajid Javid stripped her of her British citizenship in an effort to block her return.

It has been claimed that Ms Begum has received death threats from other jihadi brides as she is thought to have disgraced their cause and ideals.

Her citizenship was revoked last month, seemingly dashing her hopes of returning back to London.

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The teenager and her infant son were moved from the Al-Hol camp in the north of the country due to "safety concerns around her and her baby", Akunjee. Now 19, she has already lost two children prior to her latest child being born.

As her child was born before she was deprived of United Kingdom citizenship, the baby would still be considered British.

Mohammed Tasnime Akunjee took to Twitter to say that he had "strong but as yet unconfirmed reports" that the young child had passed away, adding: 'He was a British citizen'. The family has said it plans to challenge Javid's decision.

Begum told ITV that it was "kind of heartbreaking to read" a copy of the letter, calling the move "hard to swallow" and "a bit unjust on me and my son".

Global law forbids countries from making people stateless by revoking their only citizenship.

She has given a number of interviews to British media, saying she wanted to return to Britain.

He said that the family had wanted to establish communications with Begum to find out what happened to her baby, adding: "This innocent baby was let down".

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