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IS brides: Two more mothers dismissed British citizenship “

Two women from Britain held in Syrian camps with their young children have been dismissed from their citizenship, a report said. It comes after the death of a Syrian camp of the child son of Shamima Begum, who left London to join the Islamic state and revoked his British citizenship. The Sunday Times quotes legal sources called the women as Reema Iqbal and her sister, Zara, from east London. The home office said it did not comment on individual cases. Decisions to revoke citizenship from individuals were evidence-based and not taken lightly, added it. The newspaper says that Reema, 30 and Zara, 28, live in separate refugee camps in Syria along with thousands of other families fleeing territory previously controlled by jihadis. Between them, the five boys under the age of eight, it says. The parents of the sisters are originally from Pakistan, but it is not known if they have double nationalities. "Cold and Inhuman" According to the Sunday Times, the sisters left Syria in 201 3 after tigit IS fighters with "close links" " Zara was heavily pregnant with her second child as she traveled to Syria and gave birth to later one third. Reema has a son born in the UK and another born in Syria Home Secretary Sajid Javid has been criticized for his handling of similar cases by Ms Begum. Her three-week-old son Jarrah died pneumonia on Thursday according to a medical certificate. If he was born before she was deprived of British citizenship by…

 It comes after teenager Shamima Begum got her British citizenship recalled

Two women from Britain held in Syrian camps with their young children have been dismissed from their citizenship, a report said.

It comes after the death of a Syrian camp of the child son of Shamima Begum, who left London to join the Islamic state and revoked his British citizenship.

The Sunday Times quotes legal sources called the women as Reema Iqbal and her sister, Zara, from east London.

The home office said it did not comment on individual cases.

Decisions to revoke citizenship from individuals were evidence-based and not taken lightly, added it.

The newspaper says that Reema, 30 and Zara, 28, live in separate refugee camps in Syria along with thousands of other families fleeing territory previously controlled by jihadis.

Between them, the five boys under the age of eight, it says.

The parents of the sisters are originally from Pakistan, but it is not known if they have double nationalities.

“Cold and Inhuman”

According to the Sunday Times, the sisters left Syria in 201

3 after tigit IS fighters with “close links” ”

Zara was heavily pregnant with her second child as she traveled to Syria and gave birth to later one third.

Reema has a son born in the UK and another born in Syria

Home Secretary Sajid Javid has been criticized for his handling of similar cases by Ms Begum.

Her three-week-old son Jarrah died pneumonia on Thursday according to a medical certificate.

If he was born before she was deprived of British citizenship by the home office, the child would still be considered British.

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Dal Babu, a former metropolitan police chief superintendent and former of Mrs. Begum’s family, told the BBC: “We have failed, as a country, to protect the child.” 19659003] Shadow Secretary Diane Abbott said the child had died as a result of the “cold and inhuman” decision to abolish Ms. Begum of his citizenship while Tory MP and former Justice Minister Phillip Lee urged the government to “reflect” on its “moral responsibility” for the tragedy.

A spokesman from the UK government said: “The child’s death is tragic and deeply disturbing to the family.”

Before the death of the child, Renova’s sister Renu wrote to Javid on behalf of the family and challenged the decision to revoke her citizenship.

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