Piers Morgan writes fiery op-ed telling jihadi ISIS brides wanting to come back to 'rot in hell' with their terrorist husbands

British journalist Piers Morgan tore into Jihadi ISIS brides Hoda Muthana and Shamima Begum after they pleaded to be accepted back into their own respective countries.


                            Piers Morgan writes fiery op-ed telling jihadi ISIS brides wanting to come back to 'rot in hell' with their terrorist husbands

In a fiery opinion piece, celebrated journalist and TV presenter Piers Morgan ripped into Jihadi ISIS bride Shamima Begum after she pleaded to be allowed back into the UK. Shamima said she had been finding it tough to cope after her children died and she couldn't take it anymore in Syria and so she wanted to return.

The Good Morning Britain co-host wrote of the teen as well as her US counterpart Hoda Muthana, and said the pair had no right to expect forgiveness after fleeing their country to marry the "world's worst terrorists."

In an op-ed for Daily Mail, the journalist wrote, "They have sex with them, they breed with them, they cook for them, they clean for them, they love them and they worship them. And while they’re doing all this, their husbands are busy raping, torturing, stoning, beheading and murdering people."

 

TV host Piers Morgan arrives at BritWeek 2012's 'Evening with Piers Morgan' on May 4, 2012, in Beverly Hills, California. (Getty)
TV host Piers Morgan arrives at BritWeek 2012's 'Evening with Piers Morgan' on May 4, 2012, in Beverly Hills, California. (Getty)

"Now, predictably, they both want to return to the safety of their original countries and live at OUR tax-payer expense," he continued. "To which I say, and excuse my language here but sometimes it’s entirely appropriate: Go f*** yourselves."

Piers said Begum hasn't bothered to lie about feeling "remorse or regret for what she did", instead she said she had a "good time" and that the experience made her "stronger and tougher."  During an interview with BBC news, Begum said it was "a fair justification" to compare the Manchester Arena suicide bombing in 2017 and other atrocities in Britain with the war being fought between the Assad regime and ISIS militants.

She reluctantly admitted she made mistake by traveling to Syria. "In a way, yes, but I don't regret it because it's changed me as a person," she said. "It's made me stronger, tougher, you know. I married my husband, I wouldn't have found someone like him back in the UK. I had my kids, I did have a good time there. It's just that then things got harder and I couldn't take it anymore and I had to leave."

 



 

"I do feel that is wrong that innocent people did get killed," she said. "It's one thing to kill a soldier, it's fine, it's self-defense. But to kill people like women and children just like the women and children in Baghuz who are being killed right now unjustly by the bombings - it's a two-way thing really because women and children are being killed back in the Islamic State right now. It's kind of retaliation. Their justification was that it was retaliation so I thought, okay, that is a fair justification."

Commenting on how ISIS terrorists beheaded hostages, she admitted, "Yeah, I knew about those things and I was okay with it. Because you know, I started becoming religious just before I left. From what I heard, Islamically that is all allowed, so I was okay with it."

Piers fumed at her pleas for sympathy. "The utterly deluded cretin, now 19, added that ‘people should have sympathy’ for her. Really?" he wrote. "Let me explain how much sympathy I have for you, young lady: zero. In fact, less than zero. I have a minus level of sympathy for you. All my reservoirs of sympathy are reserved for those who lost their lives at the hands of your vicious, evil husband."

The no-holds-barred journalist further described the 19-year-old as "a repellent excuse for a human being who actively aided and abetted the very worst terrorists in the world."



 

Piers believes that by engaging with the terrorists, Begum has "renounced her country and everything it stands for," but now wants a free pass back into Britain like nothing happened. "So the idea that now your ISIS husbands and friends have been virtually wiped out in Syria, and your participant role in the glorious Caliphate has crashed and burned, you simply trot home like nothing has happened is as absurd as it’s offensive," he said. 

In conclusion, the renowned TV presenter wrote, "They’re traitors, pure and simple. And traitors deserve not one iota of ‘fairness’. Indeed, the only ‘fairness’ I would show is towards their own innocent children who should be sent home for adoption by decent, humane people, not cared for by radicalized terror-lovers."

"My message to both these brides, and any others like them, is this: You made your ISIS husband beds, now you can rot in hell in them," he added.