Islamic State: A mother pleads for her and her three daughters to be returned to Britain

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Nicole Jack and her three daughters
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Nicole Jack and her three daughters are in Roj camp in Syria, where Shamima Begum is also being held.

A British woman who joined Islamic State with her young children said British politicians should “have an open mind” to allow them to return to the country.

Nicole Jack and her three daughters are being held in a detention camp in Syria, along with thousands of wives and children of Islamic State fighters.

She says they are “neglected and beyond anyone’s mind” and the UK government should not put them into oblivion.

Her three daughters are 7, 9 and 12 years old, respectively, and they are currently in Roj camp in northeastern Syria, where Shamima Begum is also being held.





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