Teenagers who ran away to join Islamic State are now pregnant and want to return

Teenage girls Samra Kesinovic, 17, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, want to return home after fleeing in April to join the Islamic State, they left a note at home stating they did not want their parents to look for them because they had left to ‘serve and die for Allah’.

The girls were quickly used as Islamic State poster girls, and were married off to fighters before falling pregnant.

Islamic State communications experts quickly took over there social media accounts as they arrived in the capital of Ragga in northern Syria, making them a propaganda tool for the Islamic State.

Now they want to return home to Austria.