Isil bride Shamima Begum ‘considering challenging’ Home Office decision to revoke her British citizenship

By Martin Evans and Charles Hymas

It comes as a report suggests that many of the girls who have travelled to join Isil are far from vulnerable and naive.

A study by the Henry Jackson Society found evidence that while boys tended to join Isil under the influence of family members, girls were more likely to have sought out extremist material on their own.

Analysis of 20 cases found that Isil brides tended to be self-radicalised and motivated by the prospect of marrying a man of their choice.

Read the full article in The Telegraph 

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