ISIS ‘poster‘ girls face 15 years in Austrian prison if they FLEE jihadist terror group

Samra Kesinovic was 16 and her friend Sabina Selimovic only 15 when they joined ISIS in Syria (Image: CEN)

Samra Kesinovic was 16 and her friend Sabina Selimovic only 15 when they bolted from Vienna to join hate-filled jihadists in Syria in April, 2014. As well as getting married to ISIS henchmen and having children the radicalised girls were filmed brandishing AK47s and surrounded by masked terrorists clutching weapons. It was claimed both of the women were killed in December, but Austrian media claim intelligence services believe the two young women are still alive.

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When she arrived in Syria, Selimovic had told a French magazine: “Here I can really be free. I can practice my religion. I couldn‘t do that in Vienna.”

Moussa Al-Hassan Diaw of DERAD, an Austrian deradicalisation group, said the pair would face up to 15 years in jail if they return to Austria.

Both women could be charged with murder or spreading terrorist propaganda.

Photos of the pair have been plastered on ISIS websites as they glorify jihadist violence.

Sabina Selimovic pictured with gun-toting ISIS fanatics (Image: CEN)

It was claimed both women were killed in December, but security chiefs believe they‘re alive (Image: CEN)

Here I can really be free. I can practice my religion. I couldn‘t do that in Vienna

Kesinovic and Selimovic’s children would also be taken into custody if they return to Austria.

Last month, British ISIS bride Shamima Begum, 19, was accused of lying about the death of Kesinovic, who she claimed was killed in ISIS stronghold Raqqa.

The Bethnal Green radical insisted the Austrian teenager was clubbed to death by ISIS fanatics after she tried to escape.

Begum said: “Her execution served as a deterrent. My friend Kadiza also wanted to escape – but she did not dare after that. “She died shortly after in a bombing raid.”

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Sabina Selimovic (pictured) and her pal were pictured parading with AK-47s (Image: CEN)

Samra Kesinovic (pictured) and her friend had children with ISIS terrorists while in Syria (Image: CEN)

The two Austrian women have the right to return to the country with their children.

Kesinovic and Selimovic are thought to have used WhatsApp to friends back in Vienna after they arrived in ISIS territory.

The teenagers sent photos of themselves parading through the jihadist territory dressed from head to toe in burkas, according to Austrias‘s Office for the Protection of the Constitution and Counterterrorism (BVT).

They were radicalised by hate preacher Ebu Tejma, who was jailed for 20 years after sending more than 150 Europeans to fight with ISIS.

Selimovic and Kesinovic are the children of Bosnian refugees who escaped to Austria during the 1990s Balkans war.

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