Nicole Jack, 34, who was radicalised in a Pizza Hut in West London, is asking to return to the UK from Syria after going over to join ISIS.
She wishes to return to the country with her three children.
The West London jihadi used to live in Shepherds Bush and her first and second husband were both killed, as was her ten year old son.
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Nicole and her children are being detained at Camp Roj in Syria where relatives of people suspected of belonging to Isis are held.
She claims that she is “not a threat” and should be allowed to return to the UK.
She told BBC News that her family were “out of sight, out of mind” and must not be swept “under the carpet” by Britain.
“I haven’t seen a beheading in my life,” she said.
However, the Home Office said to the MailOnline today that ISIS ‘committed atrocious crimes including butchering and beheading innocent civilians’.
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The mother left London to join Isis in Iraq in October 2015. She told her family she was going to Somalia.
She claimed her husband Hussein Ali threatened to break up the family up if she did not travel with him, but he then died the next year fighting for the militant group.
Ms Jack then married another foreign Isis recruit, Adil de Montrichard from Trinidad and Tobago, also known as Adil Roberts.
She then became pregnant with triplets but is said to have miscarried the first child, before the second was stillborn and the third lived for only three weeks.
Six weeks later, Mr de Montrichard was in the garden with Ms Jack’s ten-year-old son Isaaq when they both died in a suspected coalition airstrike.
Ms Jack was brought up a Christian but converted to Islam after meeting Mr Ali while they were both working in a Pizza Hut outlet in Hammersmith, West London.
She doesn’t know if she still has British citizenship but will not let her children to go to the UK without her because they would ‘not be in a stable situation’.
The children’s grandmother wants them home so they don’t have to suffer in Syria. She also wants Nicole to be allowed to return to the UK to ‘face the consequences’ in Britain.
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Last month former Isis-bride Begum, 22, begged the British public for forgiveness, saying there was ‘no evidence’ she was a key player in preparing terrorist acts.
She told ITV’s Good Morning Britain she would ‘rather die than go back to IS’ and added: ‘The only crime I committed was being dumb enough to join IS.’
The self-proclaimed ISIS ‘caliphate’ once covered huge parts of Syria and Iraq but lost its last area of territory in March 2019 following a series of defeats.