captionmedia Shamima Begum talks about her regret at joining IS: 'It's killing me inside '.
Shamima Begum, who left the UK for Syria as a teenager, says she will regret joining the Islamic State group for the rest of her life and has offered to move on. help the UK fight terrorism.
She told Hfrance.fr that it could be "useful to society " and it would be a waste of leaving it to "rot " in a Syrian camp.
The 22-year-old is accused of playing an active role in ISIS - she denies it.
Sajid Javid maintains his decision to revoke his citizenship.
Shamima Begum was 15 when she and two other schoolgirls from east London traveled to Syria to join ISIS.
There she married a Dutch recruit and lived under IS for more than three years. In 2019, she was found pregnant with ninemonths, in a Syrian refugee camp. Her baby later died of pneumonia and Ms Begum said she had already lost two more children.
Then Home Minister Sajid Javid deprived Ms Begum of her British citizenship for reasons of national security.
Ms Begum previously said that the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing, in which 22 people - including children - were killed in a bombing claimed by ISIS, was similar to military strikes against strongholds of ISIS and called the terrorist attack "retaliation ".
DemaAs told by Hfrance.fr journalist Josh Baker how he reminded her of being part of a group that has committed genocide and murders all over the world, she said: "It really hurts my stomach . It makes me hate myself. "
In the interview for Hfrance.fr Sounds and Hfrance.fr 5 live, Ms. Begum also stated that she no longer felt comfortable talking about her true feelings than now. .
Our reporter asked her if she changed her mind about ISIS because it didn't create a caliphate.
"J have had these opinions for a very long time but only now I feel comfortable expressing my true opinion "she replied.
She said if allowed Upon returning to the UK, she could offer advice on tactics ISIS used to persuade people to travel to Syria and could share ways to talk to those at risk of radicalization.
She said she felt "an obligation " to do so, adding that she didn't want other young girls destroying their lives like she had.
media caption Shamima Begum spoke to Hfrance.fr from a refugee camp in Syria in February 2019
Ms Begum spoke to ITV 's Good Morning Britain on Wednesday and made a direct offer to Boris Johnson to become "an asset " in the fight against terrorism.
Speaking of a Syrian refugee camp, she said there was "no evidence " that she was a key player in the preparation of terrorist acts and that she was ready to prove her innocence in court.
"I know there are people, no matter what I say or do, they won't believe me. have changed, will believe that I wantx help, "she said.
" But for those who have even a drop of mercy and compassion and empathy in their hearts, I tell you from the bottom of my heart that I regret every, every decision that I have taken since entering Syria and will live with it for the rest of my life.
"No one can hate me more than I hate myself for what I do. did and all I can say is 'I'm sorry ' and just give me a second chance. "
She said she " rather die than to return to IS "and added: " The only crime I committed was being stupid enough to join IS. "
Ms. Begum says she wants a lawsuit, saying that she is "ready to go to court and face the people who made these allegations and refute these allegations, because I know I did nothing in the IS but be a mother and wife ".
But Sajid Javid, now health secretary, suggested there was no likelihoodthat Ms Begum be allowed to come back and fight her citizenship case.
He told GMB that the decision to take away her British citizenship was "both morally right, relatively right, but also legally correct and good to protect the British people ".
" I will not go into the details of the case, but what I will say is that you do not 'certainly haven't seen what I have seen ", he added.
" If you knew what I knew, because you are sensible and responsible people, you would have made the exact same decision - I have no doubt. "
A spokesperson for the Interior Ministry said: " The top priority of the government remains the maintenance of our national security and the safety of the public. "
Liberty, a human rights group, had previously called the decision to revoke Ms Begum from citizenship " an extremely dangerous precedent "and declared the rightto a fair trial was not something democratic governments should pull back on a whim.
One of the other girls who traveled with Ms Begum, Kadiza Sultana, was reportedly killed while on the move. 'bombing, but the fate of the third - Amira Abase - is unknown.
Ms Begum previously said her husband was held in a prison where men were tortured and surrendered to a group of Syrian fighters.
Josh Baker from I am not a monster The podcast spoke to Shamima Begum for an upcoming Hfrance.fr Sounds and Hfrance.fr Radio 5 series of live podcasts.