Dressed in a Nike baseball cap and pink lipstick, Isis bride Shamima Begum looked every inch the western teen as she begged Brits for their forgiveness on Good Morning Britain today.
But a body language expert has claimed that the 22-year-old showed no authentic signs of miscarriage and even appeared to forgive her actions as normal teenage behavior.
In her first live broadcast, from a refugee camp on the Syrian border, Shamima claimed that she had been “molested and groomed” by a jihadist group when she fled Britain at the age of 15, insisting that she felt That Isis is an Islamic community, not a “death” cult.
After joining Isis, Shamima married Dutch jihadist Yago Riedijk and had three children, all of whom died of disease or malnutrition. She denies ever engaging in terrorist activity today, and insists that she “do nothing in IS but be a mother and a wife”.
In February 2019, the British government issued an order revoking Shamima’s British citizenship, saying she would never be allowed to return.
Today he admitted that he had “made a mistake”, suggested that a country should not deport someone for something he did when he was 15, and said he should “instead rejoin a terrorist organization”. will die”.
However, speaking to body language expert Judy James, she said that her appearance came across as “pitch”, with Shamima in “performance mode”.
Here we reveal five telltale signs that Shamima was putting on a show.
Shamima said she knew it was “very difficult” for the British people to forgive her because they “live in fear” of ISIS and have lost loved ones as a result of the terrorist attacks.
But she insisted that she was “sorry from the bottom of her heart” if she “offended anyone with what she said”.
Shamima had earlier said that she was “not surprised” to see a severed head and had a “good time” with Isis. He also justified the attack on the Manchester Arena in which 22 innocent people were killed and more than a thousand were injured.
Judy said that her request for pardon was “not accompanied by any clear indication of remorse or apology”.
Judy explained, “Her speech is sharp as if she is eager to finish it and she is shrugging her shoulders like she has done.”
Excusing Behavior as a Teenage Mistake
Talking about her time with Isis, Judy said that Shamima appeared to excuse her actions by blaming her age.
“She tends to verbalize, comparing her behavior to ‘most young people,’ making generalizations as if she believed her behavior was normal for a teen,” she explained.
child pren gesture
Judy suggests that Shamima be inclined to emphasize her new Western look, touching up her hair regularly throughout the interview.
“Her pre-hair gesture is either one of confidence or self-comfort,” she observed.
“Overall she looks very composed and confident in this short clip. Her grooming is similar to her previous appearance from a while back, which includes hair and a baseball cap and makeup.
“Touching up the hair shows that she is inclined to emphasize these details.”
the victim plays
Judy said that Shamima appears “loud and outspoken” when she speaks about the loss of her loved ones, indicating that she is keen to evoke sympathy from the audience.
“Her head is bowed and she displays some small head bangs as if we should have known that ‘I have also lost my loved ones’,” she explained.
“Shamima is here keen to cast herself as the victim and explains that what she sees as a bond of ’empathy’ comes from shared experiences.”
eye right side darts
Talking about not hurting anyone, Judy said that Shamima’s eyes went to the right several times.
“Eye movement has often been linked to falsehood or truth, but it is not an accurate method of evaluation,” she said.
Judy stated that it is not possible to provide “a definitive conclusion about Shamima’s honesty or lack thereof”, pointing out that there are “cultural differences to consider”.
“She has clearly gone through extreme experiences, so it would be difficult to evaluate her for signs that might be considered ‘normal’,” advises Judy.
When Shamima first went to Syria, she dressed modestly and wore a hijab.
However, she has recently changed up her look instead of showing off her long hair and shoulders.
Richard Madley asked if the change in his look was a “PR exercise”. Shamima replied: “It’s not for anyone else but for me. I haven’t worn a hijab for over a year now.
“I felt so tight in the hijab. I felt like I wasn’t myself. I’m not doing it for anyone but myself.”
She said: “I am completely sorry to anyone who has been affected by ISIS, I do not in any way agree or try to justify what they did.
“It is not fair to kill innocent people in the name of religion. I just want to apologize. I am sorry.”
Shamima made a direct request to the prime minister, saying that Boris Johnson is “clearly struggling” in Britain’s fight against terrorism.
Suggesting that she could help prevent UK jihadists from being drawn online, she said: “I want to help and give you my own experience of how they [ISIS] Persuade people to do what they do.
“I think I can be of great help to you in your fight against terrorism because you clearly don’t know what you are doing.”
She continued: “I will explain to the government how these people work and how they persuade and take advantage of the people.”
And she said she hopes the government can see her as an “asset” rather than a “threat”.
In July 2020, the Court of Appeal ruled that the Begum should be allowed to return to the UK in order to impartially oppose the decision by properly instructing lawyers.
The decision was appealed to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, which ruled unanimously against him in February, thus overturning the decision of the Court of Appeal.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid, who took the decision to revoke Shamima Begum’s citizenship as Home Secretary, said “it was absolutely the right decision to protect the British people”.
Moments after Shamima spoke today, she told Good Morning Britain: “The decision is morally correct, absolutely correct, but also legally correct and right to protect the British people.”