Shamima Begum Jeremy Hunt says bringing British baby back would have been too dangerous despite multiple visits by journalists

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Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said it would have been too dangerous to send British officials to rescue Shamima Begums newborn baby son from Syria. Mr Hunt said he is working with international development secretary Penny Mordaunt on how children can be safely returned. How to treat innocent British children who are stuck in the squalor of Syrian detention camps will be an increasing issue. After died the baby son of Shamima Begum in Syrian Camp Home secretary sajid Javid facing Criticism. Ms Begum left London to join the Islamic State. The Died the Baby son of Shamima begum according to a medical certificate. The birth of Jarrah Ms Begum said she did not regret travelling to Syria although she added that she did not agree with everything the IS group had done. Tragically Jarrah is one of almost one hundred children who have died after attempting to escape from ISIS territory in Baghouz and find safety at al Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria. In the meantime a spokesperson for the UK Foreign Office says they will continue to discourage traveling to Syria. The father of ISIS bride Shamima Begum has apologised for her joining the group and is pleading with the British Government to allow her back into the country

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