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ISIS teens Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic from Vienna to Syria

Teen jihadists Samra Kesinovic (age 16) and Sabina Selimovic (age 15) traveled last April from their homes in Vienna, Austria to Syria to join ISIS.

Not yet officially confirmed are reports that one of the two Austrian teenage girls who ran away from their home in Vienna last April to join the Islamic State in Syria is believed to have been killed.

Just last week Samra Kesinovic, 16, and her friend Sabina Selimovic, 15 posted photographs of themselves online branding Kalashnikov rifles, surrounded by armed men.


It is not yet known which one of the teenagers has been killed as the death is yet to be officially confirmed by the Austrian government.

Alexander Marakovits, spokesperson for the Interior Ministry, told The Salzburger News: ‘We also have this information and have checked it, but cannot say with absolute certainty that it is true.

‘But the parents have been informed their daughter could be dead.’

Konrad Kogler, Director General for Public Security, also confirmed there were unverified rumours of the death on Sunday evening’s ORF program ‘In the Centre’, The Local reports.

The motivations of the two Bosnian girls are unclear but before leaving, they had contact with Chechen youths, and visited a mosque in Vienna’s second district.…

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