Janai Safar, 24, left to join the jihadi terror group in 2015 and is currently living in a refugee camp in northern Syria after its defeat.
But unlike British bride Shamima Begum, former nursing student Safar is adamant she doesn’t want to return home.
“It was my decision to come here to go away from where women are naked on the street," she told The Australian.
"I don't want my son to be raised around that.
“I don't regret coming to Syria. I don't regret living under Islamic State.”
She said she and a cousin, who she only identified as Aylam, made the decision to join the jihadi group after researching material online and then fled without telling their families.
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