A BRIT fanatic dubbed the “ISIS matchmaker” has begged to return to the UK – claiming it is “not just” that the government has abandoned her in a refugee camp.
Tooba Gondal, now 25, gained notoriety after grooming jihadi brides with sick propaganda – with Shamima Begum rumoured to be among her recruits.
The former Goldsmiths university student and daughter of a successful businessman left her London home at the age of 22 to join the terror group.
She is now living in Ayn Issa camp with her children following a failed escape bid from ISIS-held Baghouz village to the Turkish border, Rojava Information Centre reported.
Despite once calling Britain a “filthy country”, Gondal, who uses the pseudonym Umm Muthanna Al Britaniyah, is now pleading to come home.
She wrote in an open letter: “We are now living in dire conditions at camp Ain Issa in Syria. There is limited food and medical care.
“It is a filthy environment with open sewers. It is not just for my government to keep us here for nearly a year now.
“I want to face justice in a British court. I wish to redeem myself. I would like Britain to accept my apology and to give me another chance.”
The extremist was initially married to a key ISIS recruiter, Abu Abbas al-Lubnani, who offered cash incentives to teenage girls via a UK-based cell.
But after he was killed, Gondal married at least one more man, a Pakistani fighter who was killed in Khsham village.
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After leaving for Syria, she launched a sick online campaign to tempt others to follow in her footsteps.
In online rants printed in the Mail on Sunday, she praised the Paris attacks writing: “Wish I could have seen the hostages being slaughtered last night with my own eyes. Would have been just beautiful.”
She was then caught trying to lure girls to join her in war ravaged Syria when she contacted an undercover journalist and plotted to get her to fly to Switzerland before making her way by land to Syria.
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