ISIS bride back in UK after arm and breast blown off in Syrian air strike

A Jihadi bride has returned to Britain after her arm and breast were blown off in an air strike in Syria, it has been reported.

Samia Hussein was severely injured during a strike in Syria, and has now been allowed back home to the UK.

The 25-year-old who was "duped into joining ISIS" and injured in a drone strike tried to come back via Heathrow using her British passport.

However, the former journalism student was held by anti-terror police and is currently under investigation, reports The Sun.

A source said: “Her links and claims are being forensically investigated.”

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She reportedly returned to the UK on February 12 in London where she was flagged on the watchlist and immediately arrested.

The Sun has reported she most likely returned on a flight from Turkey.

The family of the 25-year-old, who left the UK to study in Nairobi, Kenya, claim she was "brainwashed" by the terror group during her time in the country.

Hussein hails from Southall, West London and disappeared in 2015 while studying in Kenya.

After her disappearance her family did not hear from her for more than three years, they claim.

Ms Hussein was discovered when the Syrian city of Baghouz fell to Kurdish-backed forces in March.

She was living in the Kurdish-run al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria with fellow IS bride Shamima Begum.

Her family who had appealed to get her home told The Telegraph last year: "She lost her left arm and half her breast when a bomb fell on her house a couple of years ago.

"We’re worried about the health and sanitary conditions where she is now and whether she is getting food and shelter."

At the time of their plea, her distraught family also insisted she is "a normal Muslim girl" who "wasn’t radical".

They say she "dressed normally" and "didn’t even cover her hair”.

Enquiries are ongoing regarding her acts after joining ISIS.

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