Jihadi bride Shamima Begum could be arrested if she arrives at the United Kingdom border, the head of the Met Police has said.
Now, as their heartbroken families continue to survive each day knowing they will never see their loved ones again, teenager Shamima Begum - who left London to join the Islamic State in Syria and is now begging to come back to the United Kingdom to live - has described the Manchester bomb attack as being akin to the "women and children" being bombed in IS territory in Baghuz.
He wrote that the 19-year-old should "rot in hell" after marrying the "the world's worst terrorists" and that neither of them should be allowed to return to their home countries.
"These ISIS brides are as unspeakable as those disgusting women who write love letters to notorious serial killers in prison".
'I believe that America gives second chances.
Now key questions remain - will she be allowed to return and can she readjust?
"Our policy in this regard would be to repatriate them - and that's what we call on all countries to do who have [ISIS] fighters in Syria", Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino told reporters when asked about Muthana, although he declined to weigh in on her case specifically.
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Since she has been there, her two older children have died. And now she wants to come back, so what do we do? "So I thought I was a fair justification".
Ms Begum said she was old enough at 15 to make her own decisions, and added that she was partly inspired by videos hostages being beheaded, and also by propaganda videos showing "the good life" under IS.
And Dyer, who plays Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter in the BBC soap, said: 'I don't understand what's gone on there and now she wants to come back'.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid, who oversees immigration, wrote in the Sunday Times he would "not hesitate" to prevent the return of Britons who travelled overseas to join IS.
Begum says the terrorist group's online recruitment videos were what initially attracted her to ISIS, along with a sense of security.
But Home Secretary Sajid Javid insisted "if you back terror, there must be consequences". "I turned to my religion and went in too hard. Losing my children the way I lost them, I don't want to lose this baby as well and this is really not a place to raise children, this camp".
She was heavily pregnant and living in a refugee camp when she revealed she wanted to leave Syria, and hopes her newborn son will be "looked after" if she comes home. He said: "It is nearly inconceivable that no agency has been investigated let alone held to account for the litany of failures that resulted in the Bethnal Green schoolgirls managing to travel to Isis".