Shamima Begum: "Unconfirmed reports" baby son dead Watch

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There are unconfirmed reports that the baby son of Shamima Begum - the teenager who fled the UK to join the Islamic State group - has died, her family's lawyer has said.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47500387

Edit: It is highly probable that this is in fact a hoax.
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Nah ..... Habeas corpus
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Bet she blames the British government for that and goes on to resume her terrorist activities. Hopefully the kid didn't suffer before dying if it's true, but I can't express any sympathy to subhuman scum like her.
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Probably for the best. Surely it's better for him to have been released from life than have Shamima as a mother and grow up in a toxic, war-torn shíthole in the Middle East.
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That makes everything easier for everyone involved.
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Naturally my condolences lie with the dead baby, it did nothing to deserve this.
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Are we still talking about this ****ing lass?
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Very sad to hear, but surely this would mean she has less of a case for coming here, since she previously said she only wanted to come here for her son to have a good life.
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(Original post by kazzykat95)
There are unconfirmed reports that the baby son of Shamima Begum - the teenager who fled the UK to join the Islamic State group - has died, her family's lawyer has said.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47500387
Obviously the baby didn’t deserve to die or be born in such an environment.

Some people don’t think before making a drastic decision.
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(Original post by It's****ingWOODY)
Bet she blames the British government for that and goes on to resume her terrorist activities. Hopefully the kid didn't suffer before dying if it's true, but I can't express any sympathy to subhuman scum like her.
As 'political ambassador', you should be seeing two sides to everything. I don't support her and I certainly don't support her choices / actions but noone is 'scum'. Her ways of doing it was terrible and awful but her intentions (to have a new life) would be the same as all of us underneath.
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That poor baby, even if Shamima wasn’t allowed back to the uk that baby should have been, he could have had a good life. I just hope he didn’t die in any pain 😢
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(Original post by yzanne)
As 'political ambassador', you should be seeing two sides to everything. I don't support her and I certainly don't support her choices / actions but noone is 'scum'. Her ways of doing it was terrible and awful but her intentions (to have a new life) would be the same as all of us underneath.
She has her new life, she can live with it.
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That poor baby, even if Shamima wasn’t allowed back to the uk that baby should have been, he could have had a good life. I just hope he didn’t die in any pain 😢
Are you implying that the baby wasn't allowed into the UK?
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I guess it wasn't going to be split up by its mother..?
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Are you implying that the baby wasn't allowed into the UK?
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(Original post by Icykitten)
That poor baby, even if Shamima wasn’t allowed back to the uk that baby should have been, he could have had a good life. I just hope he didn’t die in any pain 😢
He was she just refused to let him go even though he was sick .selfish behaviour
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Just a further thought, has anyone actually seen this baby at any point (that was dna tested to be hers)?

Or is everyone just going off her word and her lawyers? :confused:
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(Original post by yzanne)
As 'political ambassador', you should be seeing two sides to everything.
That's not what that title means.
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Are you implying that the baby wasn't allowed into the UK?
No, I just think more should have been done to actually get him to the uk, it’s a shame he died the way he did he didn’t deserve any of this
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It's a FAKE headline
Taken from article if you had read it:
Tasnime Akunjee said he had "strong but unconfirmed reports" of the death of the baby, who was about two weeks old.

However, a spokesman for the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces said the baby was alive and healthy.

Right at the beginning of the article. It's just clickbait. :blow:
That's why I said unconfirmed reports, and highlighted it in bold.
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