Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic left home to join ISIS, were married off to local terrorists in the group, impregnated and beaten to death
Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic as jihadi brides at ages 15 and 16
Teenage ISIS 'poster girl' who travelled to Syria 'beaten to death after trying to escape Raqqa'
18:00, 24 Nov 2015 Updated 22:56, 24 Nov 2015 - A teen who became a 'poster girl' for ISIS after travelling to Syria along with her friend is believed to have been beaten to death while trying to flee the terror organisation. Samra Kesinovic, 17, who left home in April 2014 was killed after she tried to escape Raqqa, Austrian media have claimed. Her friend Sabina Selimovic, who was 15 when she left her Austrian home, is also believed to have died in the war torn Middle Eastern country. Tabloid Österreich quotes an insider who said the girls were living with women in a house in the ISIS stronghold when Samra was caught as she tried to escape. The pair, whose parents are Bosnian refugees, had disappeared in April last year after saying that they wanted to fight in Syria...
A short while after the pair fled their homes they appeared on social networking sites brandishing Kalashnikov rifles and surrounded by armed men - photos which Austrian police said acted as recruitment posters for young girls. An Islamic preacher from Bosnia living in Vienna, Mirsad O., known by the Islamic name of 'Ebu Tejma', was allegedly responsible for the radicalization of the two young girls. Authorities say he brainwashed them into joining the jihad. He denies this...
"Once they have left the country, even if they then changed their minds, it is then almost impossible to get them back."