Please forward this error screen to 104. Vulnerable teen IconA vertical stack of three evenly spaced horizontal lines. Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic, both of Bosnian heritage, disappeared from their homes in 2014, leaving a note for their families which read: “Don’t look for us.
We will serve Allah and we will die for him. Samra and Sabina travelled to Syria via Turkey after allegedly being brainwashed by Bosnian Islamist preacher Ebu Tejma in Vienna. Both the girls – then 17 and 15 – married IS fighters soon after their arrival in Raqqa, and were photographed in full burqas carrying Kalashnikovs surrounded by armed men, images used by the terror group to draw other young girls to Syria. At the time Sabina told Paris Match in a series of Tweets: “Here I can really be free.
I couldn’t do that in Vienna. Sabina was reported dead soon afterwards, apparently during fighting in the city. Samra reportedly wrote to her family soon after arriving, saying she wanted to leave because she was sickened by IS brutality, but she was unable to do so. Both were recruited by Islamic State. One was killed in the fighting in Syria, the other has disappeared. Now Austrian media sources say Samra was killed when she tried to leave Raqqa, beaten to death by IS thugs.
The Austrian government has yet to confirm the reports. Foreign ministry spokesman Thomas Schnöll said: “We cannot comment on individual cases. There are thought to be some 190 Austrians in Syria, many of them having gone to join the so-called Islamic State. Several young British girls have also gone to join the group, including Bethnal Green schoolgirls Kadiza Sultana, Shamima Begum and Amira Abase. Read the original article on IB Times UK. Follow IB Times UK on Twitter.
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