Shamima Begum, who travelled to the Islamic State's Caliphate from east London in 2015, was tracked down by a Times reporter to a refugee camp in northern Syria where she is now 19-years-old, the bride of an Isis fighter, and nine months pregnant.
Ms Begum, who was tracked down in a refugee camp in Syria by The Times, told the publication she fled the last IS enclave in Baghuz, eastern Syria, two weeks ago, as she had exhausted of life on the battlefield and feared for her unborn child's safety. She could also potentially face her child being taken into care if there were fears she wished to radicalise the child.
Mr Javid said: "We must remember that those who left Britain to join Daesh were full of hate for our country".
Begum made headlines around the world when, aged just 15, she left to join the jihadists with friends from Bethnal Green in east London.
After arriving in Raqqa in 2015, the trio of schoolgirls stayed at a house with other IS brides-to-be, Ms Begum told The Times. Within 10 days, she was married to a 27-year-old from the Netherlands.
Shamima has been with him since then, and the couple escaped from Baghuz-the group's last territory in eastern Syria-two weeks ago.
According to the report, Begum spoke with a mixed attitude towards her life in Syria, describing the group's oppression of innocent people, but also her lack of surprise at seeing a severed head for the first time. The life that they show on the propaganda videos; it's a normal life.
"It was from a captured fighter seized on a battlefield, an enemy of Islam".
The woman said she knew "what everyone at home thinks of me as I have read all that was written about me online".
"Some of the women here believe in Isil ideology, I can promise you I am not one of them", Nassima Begum, a 29-year-old mother-of-four from London, told the Telegraph during a recent visit to one of the camps. "And I don't regret coming here". She has had two babies that have died.
"I don't have high hopes. We are appealing for compassion and understanding on her behalf".
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Begum's family has also appealed for her to be allowed to return home, while Tasnime Akunjee, a lawyer for her family when she first disappeared, told the Guardian the teenager should be treated as a victim, and rejected claims that it was too risky for British officials to travel to the camp to help facilitate her return.
Lord Carlile, a former independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, said Ms Begum would have to be accepted back into the United Kingdom if she had not become a national of any other country.
She then paid a taxi driver to take her close to the Turkish border.
Her conviction came a year after she was arrested after touching down at Heathrow.
In addition to the hundreds of men, the SDF also says it is holding more than 4,000 family members, including elderly people and young children.
She said she remained scared her unborn baby would become ill in the refugee camp.
She said she should be giving birth "any day now".
Still, she pleaded for a return to Britain, saying, "I just want to come home to have my child".
He said: "The UK advises against all travel to Syria and parts of Iraq".
Sir Peter Fahy, a retired senior police chief who led the Prevent terrorism prevention programme at the time the girls ran away, said he could understand why the government was "not particularly interested" in facilitating her return.
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