Etsy flogging Shamima Begum jihadi bride Mother’s Day card by ‘artist’ behind products mocking Harvey Price and Shannon Matthews

Etsy flogging Shamima Begum jihadi bride Mother's Day card by 'artist' behind products mocking Harvey Price and Shannon Matthews

MOTHER’S Day cards cashing in on fury over jihadi bride Shamima Begum are being sold by online shopping giant Etsy.
The card has been created by the same ‘artist’ who sparked fury after flogging cards poking fun at Katie Price’s disabled son Harvey and kidnapped Shannon Matthews last year.
Etsy The card has been listed on the site of shopping giant Etsy
Anthony Loyd / The Times / News Licensing Shamima Begum gave birth in a Syrian refugee camp over the weekend
The card is one of a number of products cashing in on the ISIS recruit’s notoriety and eBay vowed to remove other items after being alerted by The Sun Online
Samuel Hague is selling the £2.99 Mother’s Day card on Etsy and his own website.
It shows an illustrated picture of the 19-year-old with the greeting: ‘Happy Mother’s Day. Thanks for never joining ISIS’.
A number of websites have listed items cashing in on the 19-year-old jihadi bride’s notoriety as debate rages over whether she should be allowed to return to the UK.
Auction site eBay was displaying a T-shirt with a picture of her along with the caption ‘F*ck Shamina Begum’.
eBay does not allow the sale of items that cause offence or are illegal. We’ll always remove any listings that fit that descriptioneBay spokeswoman
Another item, a watercolour painting, appears to display Bible verse The Parable of the Prodigal Son over an image of Begum.
After being alerted by The Sun Online, eBay vowed to remove the ‘offensive’ listings.
A spokeswoman said: “eBay does not allow the sale of items that cause offence or are illegal.
“We’ll always remove any listings that fit that description.”
Etsy has not yet responded to a request for comment.
Shamima Begum was tracked down to a Syrian refugee camp by The Times last week and has pleaded to be allowed to return to the UK.
She fled her home in Bethnal Green, East London, in 2015 to join Islamic State but gave birth to a baby boy over the weekend.
The Home Office revoked her citizenship after interviews in which she showed little remorse for joining the terror group and said the Manchester Arena terror attack was ‘justified’.
Survivors and grieving relatives have said she should never be allowed back into the UK.
Dancer Eve Senior, now 16, was pictured being helped out of the arena by police in one of the most iconic images of the attack.
She was left using crutches after suffering 18 shrapnel wounds, burns and a severed nerve in her leg.
Her mum, Natalie Senior, told The Sun: “As a family we are beyond disgusted by the comments.
“She turned her back on her country to fight for these disgusting people.
“For her now to say that the Manchester attack was a fair retaliation is absolutely sickening.”
Charlotte Campbell, whose daughter Olivia, 15, was among 22 killed in the 2017 suicide bombing, said: “I can’t stand the thought of her being allowed back.
“It’s making me ill. She’s such high risk.”
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The 19-year-old gave birth to son Jerah in a Syrian refugee camp over the weekend, days before her citizenship was revoked by the Home Office.
Immigration lawyers have said Begum could use her son’s nationality to accompany him back to Britain.
However, the Home Office said it would block any attempts for Begum to re-enter the UK through her child.
ISIS bride Shamima Begum moans it’s ‘unjust’ after being stripped of British citizenship
Etsy The card is displayed on the Etsy website
ebay. eBay is also listing t-shirts and other memorabilia with Begum’s image
EBay A watercolour painting appears to show the words of Bible passage The Parable of the Prodigal Son
Illustrator Sam Hague has previously sparked controversy for cashing in on sick crimes and the vulnerable
Etsy Among his controversial cards is one mocking kidnapped schoolgirl Shannon Matthews
Etsy A birthday card from the same seller features a cruel cartoon of Harvey Price

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