Shamima Begum, the girl who left Bethnal Green in London in 2015 to join ISIS forces in Syria, when she was only 15 years old, and whose British citizenship was rescinded by the UK government, has arrived safely back in the country on a fake passport.
She travelled to Syria to join Islamic State fighters after seeing videos of its actions on YouTube, including killings and beheadings. These did not upset her, and, indeed, she says, inspired her to go to live in Syria, and to live the 'good life' under IS.
When, after four years in Syria, this plan unravelled, and she began to have second thoughts - as often happens with teenagers - Shamima decided to retrace her steps, and to go back to the UK, where she knew her parents would be waiting with open arms to welcome their wayward daughter.
But, it wasn't to be.
Now with a baby in tow, Shamima was told she was no longer English or welcome, and to head for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh objected, however. Shamima, then, was left with little choice but to obtain a false passport, which, she told The Spoof, was:
"a piece of piss to get. Only £200 as well. Paid for by my IS minder!"
Of course, Shamima isn't called 'Shamima' anymore. She now has a new identity, and a safe new location, amongst an inner-city Muslim community that knows, better than many, how to 'look after one of its own'.