Two Teenage Girls Left Their Homes in Austria, Now See What They Look Like Fighting for ISIS

Two Teenage Girls Left Their Homes in Austria, Now See What They Look Like Fighting for ISIS

What would make two teenage girls give up freedom and western civilization to fight with the monsters of ISIS? That’s the difficult question being asked by hundreds of parents around the world, with the most notable examples being two Austrian teenage girls who have now become the public face of ISIS.

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A heartbreaking story comes to us via our friends at Young Conservatives. According to the Daily Mail, two teenage Austrian girls have left their homes to join in the fight for ISIS.

The two girls, 16-year-old Samra Kesinovic (left) and her 14-year-old friend Sabina Selimovic, are being hunted by Interpol for becoming the new “public face” of ISIS.

Shortly after their disappearance to Syria, they posted pictures of themselves with Kalashnikov rifles and ISIS gear.

The girls’ parents are reportedly from Iraq. The Austrian Interior Minister confirmed that two more teenage girls have departed Austria to take up the cause of jihad in the Middle East. The Daily Mail reports that 130 such jihadist sympathizers have departed Austria to fight in the “holy war.”

It’s truly tragic to consider the people in these situations, especially teenagers who are still just children, and may have been manipulated or forced into joining ISIS. However, tragic as it may be, it is important to remember that they have now joined the enemy, and should be treated as such.

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