These girls were very young when they fled from Austria to Syria a few years ago to join the ISIS extremist organization. Smiling and pretty girlfriends donned black outfits and started the war «in the name of Allah», joining the ranks of the terrorists. Leaders of the organization, publishing photos of girls, used their youth and beauty to promote their ideas.
Young jihadi became “pin-up girls” to promote the ideas of ISIS after they fled from Austria to Syria in April 2014. Now girls face 15 years in prison if they return to their homeland.
Samra Kesinovich before escaping to Syria
Samra Kesinovich was 16 years old, and her friend, Sabina Selimovich, was 15 when they left Vienna to join a banned terrorist group.
Sabina Selimovich before joining a terrorist organization
In Syria, they both married ISIS fighters and gave birth to children from them. They regularly appeared in publications on terrorism propaganda sites. The girls posed with machine guns surrounded by armed fighters.
It was rumored that Samra and Sabina were killed during the bombing, but the media declared the information false.
Moussa Al-Hassan Diaw, head of the Austrian Radical Organization, says girls will be punished — 15 years behind bars — for propaganda of terrorism and murder if they return to their homeland.
The jihadi mother’s children will be placed in a shelter or given to relatives of girls living in Austria to be raised if the authorities do not find ISIS supporters among them.
Samra and Sabina will have to undergo a course of de-radicalization, at the end of which it will be known whether they pose a threat to society and will be able to rejoin the ranks of terrorists.
Young Austrians were recruited by a preacher of hate ideas, 35-year-old Ebu Tejma, whose real name is Mirsad Omerovich. At the moment, a religious leader, born in Bosnia, is serving a 20-year sentence in one of the Austrian prisons. He traveled all over Europe with the propaganda of ISIS, collecting huge sums of money and 160 new fighters for a terrorist organization.
Both girls are children of Bosnian refugees who came to Austria in the 1990s, fleeing war in their homeland.
Shortly after escaping from Austria, Sabine from Syria gave an interview using text messages to a French magazine. She said that she likes life in a region where war is going on, that she feels truly free here and can practice her religion, which she could not do in Vienna.
Nothing can justify the killing of innocent people, much less to associate death with the name of God. If he gave life, then only he has the right to take it. Terrorists who hide behind religion and do terrible things in the name of Allah must suffer the harshest punishment for assuming the functions of the one they are killed for.
And what punishment do you think terrorists deserve?