Shamima Begum, the British girl who has been stripped of her British citizenship by the government, after she left London to join the Islamic State forces in Syria four years ago when she was just 15, has accepted the decision with humility, and has decided to set up her very own Ultra-Radical Islamic Terror Organisation, instead.
Begum, now 19, has been used by IS leaders, as a pawn in a game with the British government, to appeal to IS sympathizers, isolated potential radicals, loose cannons, and, indeed, Muslims everywhere, who might feel that the naive Bethnal Green teenager has been treated unfairly.
Begum gave birth to a son last week, and, immediately following the government's decision to ban her from returning to her home, started to recruit members for her new organisation which, she says:
"will be extremist in the extreme."
Advised by IS spokesmen, she has already set up a website to attract those:
"on the periphery, drifters, isolationists, outcasts, misfits, people who don't fit in, people who feel their lives aren't worth anything, disgruntled Muslims, those with grudges - long-standing or otherwise - and anyone else who feels like getting their own back on an outdated, stagnant society still dreaming it controls things from a tiny island."
Her website was immediately inundated with enquiries, offers of 'assistance', and pledges to join her group in its struggle.
Ms Begum has the right to appeal the Home Office's decision, but has said she probably won't bother.