Austrian teenage girl who went to Syria to join ISIS has been killed

September 16, 2014 | By | Reply More

Sep 16, – One of two Austrian teenage girls, hunted by Interpol after reportedly travelling to fight for Islamist rebels in Syria, is believed to have been killed, British newspaper The Telegraph reported on Monday.

hromedia Austrian teenage girl who went to Syria to join ISIS has been killed arab news3Earlier this year, Samra Kesinovic, 16, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, disappeared from their homes in the Austrian capital of Vienna.

It is not yet known which one of the teenagers has been killed.

A spokesperson for the Austrian 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,” he added.

Soon after they fled to Syria, the girls’ parents had found a slew of posts of social media networks that suggested that had gone to fight for a “holy war” in Syria.

A spokesperson for the Austrian 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,” he added.

Soon after they fled to Syria, the girls’ parents had found a slew of posts of social media networks that suggested that had gone to fight for a “holy war” in Syria.

Press journalist for HRO media – Khizer Hayat reports.

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