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Sabina Selimovic c. Their actions drew substantial media commentary due to the ongoing media reports of en masse barbarity that the Islamic State forces were engaging in, and raised questions as to why people of European extraction would be drawn to such an entity. Selimovic and Kesinovic were born in Austria to Bosniak immigrants who had fled the Bosnian War in the s. Both girls were residents with their families in stable homes in Vienna , and are believed to have become interested in the Islamic State after watching its broadcast propaganda on the Internet , and through their attendance at a mosque in Vienna.

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Dressed in jungle fatigues and armed with knives and guns, the guards scoured the dark, crowded room with their flashlights, searching for girls to abduct for the night. Then one of them noticed year-old S. The teen-ager was led at gunpoint with three other girls to a covered green truck, where she was raped three times. She spoke on condition that she not be identified. The triple rape of the Muslim teen-ager in June was only one among thousands, maybe tens of thousands, of assaults that officials of Bosnia-Herzegovina fear have been carried out against Muslim and Croatian women in the Serbian prison camps of northern Bosnia.

Mother of teenage ISIS 'poster girl' who died in Syria SUES the Austrian government

Nenad Babici, the national coordinator for reproductive health of the republic, told Inserbia. Furious parents are demanding to know why there was such a lack of teacher supervision, reported the Daily Mail. He said that early sexual relations later lead to adverse consequences such as infertility, various diseases, miscarriages and premature births. Senad Mehmedbasic, a Sarajevo gynecologist, said a growing trend of underage pregnancies in Bosnia and Herzegovina is worrying.
By Sara Malm for MailOnline. The mother of one of the Austrian teenagers dubbed 'jihadi pin-up poster girls' after they joined ISIS in Syria , is suing the government for letting them leave the country. Sabina Selimovic was just 15 when she left Vienna with her year-old friend Samra Kesinovic in April , and both are believed to have died in Syria. Sabina's mother Senada Selimovic says border guards should have stopped the teenagers from travelling to Turkey, from where they crossed the border into Syria. In , a United Nations official revealed a girl 'of Bosnian origin from Austria' - believed to be Sabina Selimovic - died in fighting in Syria.