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Tooba Gondal, 25, left her home in Walthamstow, East London, and went to live in 2015 in the de facto capital of the Raqqa terrorist group in Syria (depicted in the Ain Issa detention camp)

A British jihadist bride who is the & # 39; ISIS matchmaker & # 39; is revealed, she has & # 39; in court & # 39; wants to stand because she begged to be allowed back to the UK in an open letter.

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Tooba Gondal, 25, left her home in Walthamstow, East London, and went to live in 2015 in the actual capital Raqqa of the terrorist group in Syria.

The former student, who uses the pseudonym Umm Muthanna Al Britaniyah, appeared in April with her two children Asiya and Ibrahim in the detention camp Ain Issa.

She had tried to flee ISIS in Baghuz to the Turkish border two months earlier when she was stopped and handed over to Kurdish forces supported by the West.

The mother of two has now made a desperate plea to the British people in an open letter begging the government to allow her to return with her children.

Tooba Gondal, 25, left her home in Walthamstow, East London, and went to live in 2015 in the de facto capital of the Raqqa terrorist group in Syria (depicted in the Ain Issa detention camp)

Tooba Gondal, 25, left her home in Walthamstow, East London, and went to live in 2015 in the de facto capital of the Raqqa terrorist group in Syria (depicted in the Ain Issa detention camp)

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In the note published by the Sunday Times, she said: & I desperately wish the British government to take us back. I want to prove that I am a changed person; a much better individual for society.

& # 39; I want to encounter justice in a British court. I wish to redeem myself. I would like Britain to apologize and give me another chance. & # 39;

Gondal has been accused of acting as & # 39; matchmaker & # 39; for the terrorist group and luring women to Syria to marry ISIS hunters.

It was said that her toxic outbursts on the Internet had glorified the murderous acts of Islamic State terrorists. In her tirades, she called Great Britain a & # 39; filthy country & # 39; and praised the 2015 terror attack on a theater in Paris.

The mother of two has now made a desperate plea to the British people in an open letter begging the government to allow her to return with her children

The mother of two has now made a desperate plea to the British people in an open letter begging the government to allow her to return with her children

The mother of two has now made a desperate plea to the British people in an open letter begging the government to allow her to return with her children

Gondal insisted that they manipulate & convince & # 39; was that it was her & Muslim's obligation to travel to Syria & # 39;

Gondal insisted that they manipulate & convince & # 39; was that it was her & Muslim's obligation to travel to Syria & # 39;

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Gondal insisted that they manipulate & convince & # 39; was that it was her & Muslim's obligation to travel to Syria & # 39;

But now, from the detention camp, Gondal has insisted that they manipulate & convince & # 39; was that it was her & Muslim's obligation to travel to Syria & # 39 ;.

She wrote: & # 39; I was a vulnerable target for Isis recruiters. I was manipulated and convinced that as a Muslim it was an obligation to travel to Syria.

& # 39; I never became a member of Isis. I was forced to marry at many stages and I cannot say how often I tried to escape. I wanted to leave from the beginning, but it became impossible. These criminals threatened to kill my babies. & # 39;

The letter from Tooba Gondal to the British people in full

Dear British people,

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My name is Tooba Gondal. I want to apologize more for this letter than anything else. To the British public, I am not a terrorist in the first place. I never did you harm, nor do I intend to do that.

I was a vulnerable target for Isis recruiters. I was manipulated and convinced that as a Muslim it was an obligation to travel to Syria.

I never became a member of Isis. I was forced to marry at many stages and I cannot say how often I tried to escape. I wanted to leave from the beginning, but it became impossible. These criminals threatened to kill my babies.

But God ultimately made the impossible possible.

Both myself and my children, Asiya, eighteen months old, and Ibrahim, who is almost three years old, have suffered war wounds and have been hungry in sieges.

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Although I must be held responsible for traveling to Syria, my children are completely innocent. They have done nothing wrong.

I desperately wish the British government to take us back. I want to prove that I am a changed person; a much better individual for society. I offer to prevent vulnerable Muslims from being targeted and radicalized.

We now live in harsh conditions at Ain Issa camp in Syria. There is limited food and medical care. It is a dirty area with open sewers. It is not just my government to keep us here for almost a year now.

I want to face justice in a British court. I wish to redeem myself. I would like Britain to apologize and give me another chance.

Kind regards, Tooba Gondal

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The mother of two has also offered to help & prevent vulnerable Muslims from being targeted and radicalized & # 39; if she was allowed to return.

The British government has so far rejected Gondal's pleas and claims that it is a risk to national security. Her father, Mohammed, 59, said she had received a deportation order last November.

In the letter she insisted that her children & # 39; be completely innocent & # 39; although she admits that they are & # 39; to account & & # 39; had to be taken for traveling to Syria.

Gondal, who has been married at least twice, is one of the dozens of British women and children currently being held in at least three detention camps in Syria.

Among them are jihadist bride Shamima Begum, whose Interior Minister Priti Patel insisted this week that they were not allowed to return to the UK.

Begum, 19, begged to come back to the UK earlier this week to get therapy after she said she now hates the Islamic State (IS).

She left the country at the age of 15 and went to Syria to join IS. Within a few days she was married to IS member Yago Riedijk.

Since then she says that she gave birth to three children, all of whom died.

But in an interview with the Such a, Patel replied to her plea by simply saying: & # 39; Really not, really not. & # 39;

Begum, now living in an internment center in Syria, said: & My mental health situation is not the best.

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& # 39; My physical health is fine. I'm still young and don't get sick. That is not my problem. However, mentally I am very bad. I need therapy to deal with my grief. It is so hard. I have lost all my children.

& # 39; None of the people with whom I live here know what I have experienced. They are not like my school friends with whom I could always talk. They do not understand what I have experienced.

& # 39; There is no provision for mental health. I have heard that there is psychiatric help in other camps, but not here. & # 39;

Mrs. Patel said: & It is our job to protect our country. We do not need people who have harmed and left our country to be part of a death cult and to maintain that ideology.

& # 39; We cannot allow people who can harm us to enter our country – and this also applies to this woman. & # 39;

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