Danny, 41, told GMB he believes the jihadi teen was “lost within her soul” when she joined the murderous Islamic death cult in Syria.
During an interview with host Richard Madeley, the EastEnders star said: "How has it got into her head that going to Syria at 15 years of age is the answer?
"Why is she so lost within her soul that she thinks that's the answer?"
'SHE NEEDS A CHANCE'
When host Richard, 62, blamed the internet for Shamima's radicalisation, the cockney star was stunned.
Richard said: "She wouldn't have gone if it wasn't for the internet, that's the big game-changer in our society."
To which 41-year-old Danny replied: "We've all got the internet, Rich – are you thinking of going to Syria?"
Why is she so lost within her soul that she thinks that's the answer?
And when asked whether he believes she should come back, Danny said: "Yes, I do.
"I feel she needs a chance, maybe to explain what was going on and maybe we can understand a bit more how they got to her and how she thought it was the right move.
"She's still a young girl, who was looking after her?
"Maybe we can learn from it, I don't know."
FLED TO SYRIA
Begum, now 19, fled her family home in Bethnal Green, East London, for Syria in 2015.
She married a Dutch jihadi and had two of his children – who later died.
Despite whining that she should be allowed back to the UK with her new-born son – the ISIS teen said in an interview today that the Manchester terror blast was “justified”.
Twenty two people were murdered and 800 injured when jihadi Salman Abedi detonated a homemade explosive after an Ariana Grande concert at the MEN Arena in May 2017.
Britain was rocked by the tragedy with the nation shocked that so many innocent children could be targeted.
MANCHESTER BLAST WAS JUSTIFIED
But brainwashed Begum said: "I do feel that it's wrong that innocent people did get killed.
"It's one thing to kill a soldier that is fighting you; it's self-defence, but to kill women and children…"
She added: "just people like the women and children in Baghuz that are being killed right now unjustly, the bombings.
Women and children are being killed in Islamic State right now, and it's a kind of retaliation… their justification was it's retaliation so I thought 'OK, that is a fair justification.
"It's a two-way thing really. Because women and children are being killed in Islamic State right now, and it's a kind of retaliation… their justification was it's retaliation so I thought 'OK, that is a fair justification."
However, despite her attitude Begum – who smirked while she discussed her life with ISIS – believes that Brits should show her “sympathy”.
The runaway schoolgirl even said she wasn't fazed by seeing severed heads in the bin, claiming it "made her stronger."
She also claimed she "never did anything dangerous" and whined: "I can't live in this camp forever".
Begum also revealed that she is ready to be imprisoned should she and her baby can be allowed to return to the UK.
But Home Secretary Sajid Javid has warned he "will not hesitate" to prevent the return of Britons who travelled to join ISIS.
However, Justice Secretary David Gauke told Sky News "we can't make people stateless".
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