An Austrian teenage girl who fled to Syria along with her friend was beaten to death when she was caught trying to flee Raqqa secretly.
The two girls, Samra Kesinovic,17 and Sabina Selimovic became ‘poster girls’ for the terror organization ISIS. The media in Austria has reported about the two girls, but the official government refused to comment on the case.
A Tunisian woman used to live with the two girls in Raqqa. She was able to flee from the ISIS control. She told a local daily about the two teenagers. They first flew to the capital of Turkey (Ankara) and then further south after which heir tracks were lost.
After some time, they started appearing on social networking sites with Kalashnikov rifles and armed men. According to the police back in Austria, these posters signified the recruitment of the two girls as poster girls for the ISIS.
According to the United Nation's report by David Scharia, a senior Israeli expert of the United Nations security council's counter-terrorism community, the two Austrian girls were recruited by the Islamic state. One of them was killed in the fighting while the other has disappeared.
The girls fled their homes in Austria to join the Islamic state. Their families were heartbroken when the local police told them about the death of one of them. However, there was some hope until the United Nations had confirmed it. The UN did confirm the news but after a long period of three months!
An Islamic preacher who was living in Vienna who goes by the name 'Ebu Tejma' supposedly was the one who brainwashed the girls to join Jihad. However, as expected he denies this accusation.
Sources have told that the two girls were made to cross the border by foot after they arrived in Turkey from Syria. They were living in the city of Raqqa where the ISIS has a strong hold.