There’s new information suggesting that the young teens from Austria who went to join ISIS were served to new Islamic State jihadis as sex slaves before they were killed.
Samra Kesinovic, 17, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, both of Bosnian heritage, left their families in 2014 with a note saying, “Don’t look for us. We will serve Allah and we will die for him.”
Now a former jihadi from Tunisia who escaped ISIS has come forth with information about the two girls who traveled to Syria through Turkey after they were radicalized by a Bosnian Imam in Vienna and encouraged to join ISIS
When the girls reached ISIS territory, they were forced into marriages with jihadi fighters, and according to the Tunisian woman, who was kept in the same home as the young girls, they were forced to provide sexual favors for the jihadis.
They were served as a “sexual present” for new jihadi fighters, she said.
Their other responsibility was to recruit more young girls like themselves.
Samra attempted to escape many times and after the last try, she was beaten so badly with a hammer that she died from her injuries.
Reports indicated Sabina was killed shortly before Samra in a battle in Raqqa, Syria.