ISIS brides in Shamima Begum’s camp stab guards in revenge for collapse of the Islamic Caliphate
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ISIS brides living at the same camp where Brit Jihadi Shamima Begum was held are reportedly stabbing guards and stoning aid workers.
Shocking pictures reportedly showing a guard with a knife in his back have emerged after he was stabbed by a woman at the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria.
According to an official in charge of camps in northern and eastern Syria, the woman had tried to leave the camp under the pretence of going shopping’, Kurdish media network Rudaw reports .
As she was escorted out by a security member, she stabbed him in the back before fleeing the facility.
It’s not known who the woman or what her nationality is.
The violence by ISIS brides is thought to have come about after the caliphate collapsed in March this year.
They reportedly vowed to take revenge, throwing rocks at police and warning: “We will seek vengeance; there will be blood up to your knees.”
The al-Hawl camp was one of the few temporary camps set up for those fleeing the war with ISIS.
But as Mirror Online reported earlier this year, the conditions are said to be poor , with it being unnheated and lacking in healthcare services, tents, latrines and sanitation facilities.
Many of the women there were active participants of ISIS and some even joined women’s branches of the ‘Hisba’ – the religious police enforcing ISIS laws – at the time.
Now, it appears some women have re-formed the Hisba to keep camp residents in line.
The female jihadists also recently admitted to stabbing guards multiple times “because they allow injustice to prevail”.
As a result of the violence, officials have boosted security to try to control the women.
According to Italian NGO Un Ponte Per, which works to prevent armed conflict in the Middle East, the refugee camp has grown in number from 20,000 to 80,000 following the capture of Baghouz in March.
The camp once held Brit Isis bride Shamima Begum, 19, who was one of three schoolgirls to leave Bethnal Green to join the terror cult in 2015.
She was found at the Syrian refugee camp earlier this year while pregnant with her third child.
Her first two babies died while her third, named Jarrah, was born on February 16 but died of pneumonia on March 8, as she pleaded to let Britain return to the UK.
In February, she was stripped off her British citizenship but her family said they would appeal the decision.
She has since been granted legal aid to continue with the appeal.